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Su Muy Key
Born Rosa Su
México City, México
Died Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation film actress, dancer
Years active 1948-1951

Su Muy Key (? 1929) was a Chinese-Mexican film actress and dancer of the Golden age of Mexican cinema. Was one of the first strippers in the history of Mexican cinema. She was known as the nickname of "Muñequita China" ("Chinese Doll").

She was sister of the businesswoman and actress Margo Su, (owner of the Teatro Blanquita, important popular show center in Mexico City). She was one of the first strippers in the Mexican Cinema, but her most important success was in the Night Clubs, where she was a queen with other dancers like Kalantán, Turanda and Tongolele. Her most famous act was to paint her body and remained motionless as a statue, later, she dancing to oriental dance.

She starred in some Mexican films like La Bandida (1948, along the Cuban star Rosa Carmina) and Especialista en señoras (1951).

Su Muy Key was murdered under mysterious circumstances together her boyfriend, the businessman Roberto Serna, when her film career was just beginning.

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