Edit
Rudolph Valentino Poster

Publicity

Jump to: Print Biographies (13)  | Film Biographies (8)  | Portrayals (6)  | Articles (104)  | Pictorials (6)  | Magazine Covers (5)

Print Biographies (13)

David Bret. Valentino: A Dream of Desire. London: Robson Books Ltd, 1998. ISBN 1861051239
Irving Shulman. Rudolph Valentino. New York: Trident Press, 1967.
Emily W. Leider. Dark Lover: The Life and Death of Rudolph Valentino. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003. ISBN 0374282390
Rudolph Valentino. Reflection. Chicago: Champlin Law Printing Co.USA, 1923.
Allan R. Ellenberger. The Valentino Mystique: The Death and Afterlife of the Silent Film Idol. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2004. ISBN 0786419504
Brad Steiger, Chaw Mank. Valentino. London: Corgi, 1976. ISBN 0552102350
Noel Botham. Valentino - The First Superstar. London: Metro Publishing Ltd., 2002. ISBN 1843580136
Natacha Rambova. Rudolph Valentino: A Wife's Memories of an Icon. Reprint of 1927 edition. Los Angeles, CA: 1921 PVG Publishing, 2009. ISBN 098164404X
Rudolph Valentino. Day Dreams. Hollywood: 1921 PVG Publishing, 2010. ISBN 9780982770917
Donna L. Hill. Rudolph Valentino: The Silent Idol. San Francisco: Blurb Publishing, 2010. ISBN 0615309127
Tracy Ryan Terhune. Valentino Forever: The History of the Valentino Memorial Services.
Norman A. Mackenzie. The Magic of Rudolph Valentino. New York: Research Publishing, 1974. ISBN 0705000184
Evelyn Zumaya. Affairs Valentino. Hollywood, CA: Rudolph Valentino Society and Publishing LLC, 2011. ISBN 9780982770955

Film Biographies (8)

Portrayals (6)

Articles (104)

LIFE AFTER 50 (US) February 2017, pg. 20-21, by: Steve Stoliar, "THE HALLOWED HALL OF MUST-KNOWTABLES: RUDOLPH VALENTINO"
Empire (GB) October 1997, Iss. 100, pg. 200 by: Ian Freer and Jake Hamilton, "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time"
Classic Images (US) May 1995, Iss. 239, pg. C10-11, 33-34, by: Eve Golden, "The Greatest Star: Rusolph Valentino"
New York Times (US) January 17 1994, pg. C11:4, C15:1, by: Edward Rothstein, "Clashing Keys for 'Valentino' and His Ambiguous Aspects [opera review: _The Dream of Valentino_]"
Classic Images (US) January 1992, Iss. 199, pg. 56 _et passim_, by: Eugene Vazzana, "Retrospective at the American Museum of the Moving Image Honors Valentino"
Blanco y Negro (ES) December 30 1990, Iss. 3731, pg. 56-62, by: Terenci Moix, "Rodolfo Valentino"
Classic Images (US) July 1985, Iss. 121, pg. 58-59, "When Rudy's Belongings Were Sold [reprinted from _Picture Play Magazine,_ April 1927]"
Game (US) August 1977, Vol. 4, Iss. 8, pg. 103-106, by: A.F. Crawley, "Well, Hello Rudy..."
The Chicago Literary Review (US) January 1969, Vol. 6, Iss. 3, pg. 6, by: Diane Kaiser, "An American Myth"
8mm Collector (US) 1966, Vol. 14, Iss. Spring, pg. 6-7, 23-25, by: Samuel C. Peoples, "The Story of Rudolph Valentino: Out, Brief Candle!"
Moving Picture World (US) December 11 1926, pg. 412, "Hundreds Visit at Valentino's Old Home"
Paris and Hollywood (US) October 1926, pg. 33, by: Joseph Jackson, "Things I Have Seen"
Moving Picture World (US) September 18 1926, pg. 1, ill, "Rest in Peace"
Moving Picture World (US) September 11 1926, pg. 1-2, "Valentino to Rest in West; Tears Flow at N.Y. Funeral"
Moving Picture World (US) September 11 1926, pg. 93, "No Other Valentino Until--"
Moving Picture World (US) September 4 1926, pg. 7, "Rodolpho Guglielmi"
Moving Picture World (US) September 4 1926, pg. 2, "Tributes to Valentino"
Moving Picture World (US) September 4 1926, pg. 2, "'A Great Loss,' Says Will H. Hays"
Moving Picture World (US) September 4 1926, pg. 1-2, "Obituary"
Cinema Art (US) September 1926, pg. 5, "Rudolph Valentino [in memoriam page]"
Paris and Hollywood (US) September 1926, pg. 91, by: Paul Paige, "Close-Ups and Fade-Outs"
Moving Picture World (US) August 28 1926, pg. 1, "Late Valentino Bulletin Says 'Recovery Probable"
Variety (US) August 25 1926, "Rudolph Valentino"
New York Times (US) August 24 1926, pg. 3:4, "Valentino's Fame a Triumph of Youth; Actor Wanted to Be a Gardener and Went to California to Get Work on a Farm; Became 'The Sheik' at 26; Once Worked as Laborer in Central Park--Later Got Job Dancing at Maxim's and on Stage"
New York Times (US) August 24 1926, pg. 3;1, "Movie World Pays Valentino Tribute; Will Hays Calls Actor's Death 'on Verge of Greater Things' a Great Loss; Pola Negri is Prostrated; Producers and Actors in Eulogies of Star's Talents and His Qualities as a Man"
New York Times (US) August 24 1926, pg. 1:6, 3:2, "Valentino Passes with No Kin at Side; Throngs in Street; Three Doctors and Two Nurses See 'Film's Greatest Lover' Die After Long Coma; Manager Weeps in Hall; Crowds Blocking Traffic, Held Back by Police Reserves, Rush to Funeral Church; Associates Pay Tributes; Actor Dead at 31 Left Little of Huge Earnings--Arrangements for Funeral Yet Unmade"
Moving Picture World (US) July 31 1926, pg. 3, "Valentino in New York"
Motion Picture Classic (US) May 1926, pg. 20-21, 69, 78, by: Don Ryan, "Has the Great Lover Become Just a Celebrity?"
Motion Picture Classic (US) March 1926, pg. 42, 82, by: Eugene V. Brewster, "Has Valentino Come Bak?"
Moving Picture World (US) November 21 1925, pg. 208, ill, by: Charles Edward Hastings, "Valentino"
Movie Magazine (US) October 1925, pg. 49, 105, "Dinner with the Valentinos"
Movie Weekly (US) June 27 1925, pg. 9-10, 41, by: Lois Wilson, "The Rudolph Valentino I Know"
Motion Picture Classic (US) June 1925, pg. 16-17, 87, by: Jim Tully, "Men Wonder About the Adoring Eyes that Follow Valentino But Women Adore Him--and Say Why"
Moving Picture World (US) May 2 1925, pg. 74, "Wins Popularity Contest"
Moving Picture World (US) May 2 1925, pg. 72, "Rudolph Valentino Medal Awarded to John Barrymore"
Moving Picture World (US) April 25 1925, pg. 804, "Valentino-United Artists Picture Starts Next Week"
Moving Picture World (US) March 21 1925, pg. 241, ill, "United Artists Signs Valentino Under Long-Term Film Contract"
Moving Picture World (US) March 14 1925, pg. 140, "Rudy--Williams Split Report Described as 'Nothing Startling'"
Movie Weekly (US) February 14 1925, pg. 4-5, 30, by: L.B.N. Gnaedinger, "His Former Boarding-House Mistress Tells of Valentino as a Hall-Roomer"
Moving Picture World (US) January 3 1925, pg. 22, "Valentino Gold Medal to Best Performer"
Movie Weekly (US) December 13 1924, pg. 10-12, 29, by: Gladys Hall and Adele Whitely Fletcher, "We Interview Valentino"
Moving Picture World (US) November 29 1924, pg. 407, "Rudolph Valentino"
Moving Picture World (US) November 22 1924, pg. 310, "Valentino Back"
New York Times (US) November 18 1924, pg. 27:6, "Barbers Ban Valentino; Beard Brings Their Condemnation Upon Movie Star"
New York Times (US) November 11 1924, pg. 20:3, "...Valentino Returns from Spain"
Moving Picture World (US) November 8 1924, pg. 122, "Valentino Returning"
Moving Picture World (US) October 11 1924, pg. 472, "[Harold] Lloyd and Valentino to Distribute Their Pictures Through Paramount"
Movie Weekly (US) August 16 1924, pg. 17, 27, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XXV"
Movie Weekly (US) August 9 1924, pg. 9, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XXIV"
Movie Weekly (US) August 2 1924, pg. 15, 28, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XXIII"
Movie Weekly (US) July 26 1924, pg. 14, 30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XXII"
Movie Weekly (US) July 19 1924, pg. 13, 30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XXI"
Movie Weekly (US) July 12 1924, pg. 14-15, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XX"
Movie Weekly (US) July 5 1924, pg. 12-13, 28, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XIX"
Movie Weekly (US) June 28 1924, pg. 14-15, 28, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XVIII"
Movie Weekly (US) June 21 1924, pg. 10-11, 29-30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XVII"
Movie Weekly (US) June 14 1924, pg. 12-13, 30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XVI"
Movie Weekly (US) June 7 1924, pg. 12-13, 31, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XV"
Movie Weekly (US) May 31 1924, pg. 8-9, by: Dorothea B. Herzog, "Valentino Returns to Screen in Million Dollar Picture; _Monsieur Beaucaire,_ the popular young screen star's vehicle, in which he comes back to the silver screen after a two years' absence, has been produced with disregard of cost--Picture is one of the most lavish ever made"
Movie Weekly (US) May 31 1924, pg. 12-13, 30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XIV"
Movie Weekly (US) May 24 1924, pg. 12-13, 31, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XIII"
Movie Weekly (US) May 17 1924, pg. 14-15, 26, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XII"
Movie Weekly (US) May 10 1924, pg. 12-13, 26, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part XI"
Movie Weekly (US) May 3 1924, pg. 12-13, 25, 26, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part X"
Movie Weekly (US) April 26 1924, pg. 10-11, 27-28, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part IX"
New York Times (US) April 24 1924, pg. 17:1, "Valentino Invests in Tolentino Art; Motion Picture Actor Buys Ancient Chest and Portraits at American Galleries Sale; Day's Total Is $37,215"
Movie Weekly (US) April 19 1924, pg. 10-11, 28, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part VIII"
Movie Weekly (US) April 12 1924, pg. 10-11, 28-29, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part VII"
New York Times (US) April 11 1924, pg. 17:1, "Valentino a Buyer at Tapestry Sale; Pays $105 for 18th Century Moorish Scarf and $110 for a Velvet Coat; Day's Receipts Are $16,170"
Movie Weekly (US) April 5 1924, pg. 10-11, 27-29, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part VI"
Movie Weekly (US) March 29 1924, pg. 14-15, 45, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part V"
Movie Weekly (US) March 22 1924, pg. 8-9, 22-26, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part IV"
Movie Weekly (US) March 15 1924, pg. 10-11, 28, 30, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part III"
Movie Weekly (US) March 14 1924, pg. 4-5, by: David A. Balch, "Valentino's First Day's Work in the Studio; Rudy returns to screen in Famous Players' Long Island Studio--Will act in and as _Monsieur Beaucaire_--Is supported by an all-star cast"
Movie Weekly (US) March 8 1924, pg. 6-7, 29, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part II"
Movie Weekly (US) March 1 1924, pg. 4-5, 27, by: Rudolph Valentino, "My Own Story of My Trip Abroad, Part I"
Moving Picture World (US) February 16 1924, pg. 542, "Suit Is Ended"
Moving Picture World (US) January 5 1924, pg. 29, "Valentino Does Two More for Famous--Then Joins Ritz"
Moving Picture World (US) December 22 1923, pg. 689, "J.D. Williams Says Whole World Wants Only Better Class Films"
Movie Weekly (US) December 8 1923, pg. 4-5, 28, "Valentino Returns to America"
Moving Picture World (US) November 24 1923, pg. 376, "Valentino Signs New Contract with Ritz; Ready for Production"
Moving Picture World (US) August 18 1923, pg. 550, "Valentino Is Insured"
Moving Picture World (US) August 4 1923, pg. 356, "Valentino Wins in Court"
Moving Picture World (US) July 28 1923, pg. 289, ill, "Ritz-Carlton Announces Valentino as Company's First Star"
Moving Picture World (US) July 28 1923, pg. 285, "The Editor's Views"
Movie Weekly (US) June 16 1923, pg. 3, by: Rudolph Valentino, "What Is the Matter with the Movies?; Famous screen star declares 75 per cent of all pictures are insult to human intelligence--Is He Right or Wrong? Tell us what you think"
Moving Picture World (US) January 20 1923, pg. 216, "Valentino Explains"
Moving Picture World (US) December 23 1922, pg. 708, "Paramount Wins"
Movie Weekly (US) October 28 1922, pg. 10, 26, "Valentino Will Appeal; To Carry Famous Players' Case to Appellate Division--Can't Work for Months"
Moving Picture World (US) October 21 1922, pg. 656, "Legal Battle Goes On"
Moving Picture World (US) October 14 1922, pg. 552, "Valentino Loses Out"
Classic (US) October 1922, pg. 52, 87, by: Maude Cheatham, "The Darkest Hour"
Mon Ciné (FR) September 14 1922, Vol. 1, Iss. 30, pg. 6, "Rudolph Valentino ou... le mal marié"
Moving Picture World (US) September 9 1922, pg. 110, "Valentino Rebels"
Moving Picture World (US) June 24 1922, pg. 708, "Magazine Readers [of _Motion Picture Classic] Demand Valentino as Cover Subject"
Moving Picture World (US) June 17 1922, pg. 614, "Rudolph Valentino Freed on the Charge of Bigamy [dismissed 5 June 1922]"
Moving Picture World (US) May 20 1922, pg. 344, "Valentino to Marry [Rambova]"
Moving Picture World (US) May 6 1922, pg. 43, "Valentino in Benefit"
Moving Picture World (US) January 21 1922, pg. 261, "Valentino Signs Paramount Contract; Lasky Names Notable Pictures Planned"
Motion Picture Classic (US) December 1921, pg. 18-19, 72, 81, by: Herbert Howe, "Hitting the Hookah with Rudie"
Moving Picture World (US) July 9 1921, pg. 226, "Will Have Title Role in 'Sheik'"
Moving Picture World (US) August 14 1920, pg. 876, "Valentino and Cannon in Ibanez' 'Four Horsemen'"
Moving Picture World (US) November 29 1919, pg. 566, "Valentino--Acker"
Moving Picture World (US) November 22 1919, pg. 435, "Jean Acker Weds Rodolpho Valentino"

Pictorials (6)

Votre Beauté (FR) February 1998, Iss. 714, pg. 73, by: Marie-Paule Vandunthun and Eve Zheim, "Comment on embrasse en 1998"
Playboy (US) April 1997, Vol. 44, Iss. 4, pg. 85, by: James R. Peterson, "Playboy's History of the Sexual Revolution, Part III (1920-29): The Jazz Age"
Playboy (US) September 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 9, pg. 171-173, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - Part Five: Sex Stars of the Twenties"
Playboy (US) September 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 9, pg. 171, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - Part Five: Sex Stars of the Twenties"
Playboy (US) June 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 6, pg. 156, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - Part Three: The Twenties - Hollywood's Flaming Youth"
Playboy (US) June 1965, Vol. 12, Iss. 6, pg. 156+158, by: Arthur Knight & Hollis Alpert, "The History of Sex in Cinema - Part Three: The Twenties - Hollywood's Flaming Youth"

Magazine Covers (5)

Pour Vous (FR) September 24 1931, Iss. 149
Mon Ciné (FR) August 28 1930, Vol. 9, Iss. 445
Mon Ciné (FR) September 16 1926, Vol. 5, Iss. 239
Motion Picture (US) September 1926
Ciné-Miroir (FR) April 1 1925, Vol. 4, Iss. 71

See also

Biography |  Other Works |  Official Sites |  Contact Info

Contribute to This Page


Recently Viewed