Describes how the Mexican-Irish-American actor overcame poverty and prejudice to launch an acting career that spanned generations and included acclaimed Broadway and Hollywood performances in A Streetcar Named Desire, La Strada, and Zorba the Greek.
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Hispanics of Achievement
The Struggle for Survival
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