„Spanish for, You have to think that you have to die, that we are here by the way and prepare and do all the good that you can“

Hay que pensar en que se tiene uno que morir que estamos aquí de paso y prepararnos y hacer todo el bien que se pueda.
Sara Garcia

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Hay que pensar en que se tiene uno que morir que estamos aquí de paso y prepararnos y hacer todo el bien que se pueda.

Sara Garcia

Última actualización 22 de Mayo de 2020. Historia
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actriz mexicana 1895 - 1980

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