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Victoria Rodríguez

Victoria Rodríguez is a Mexican professional tennis player. Rodríguez has won eight singles titles and 15 doubles titles on the ITF Women's Circuit, as well as one WTA 125K series doubles title, she reached her best singles ranking of world No. 216 on 16 November 2015, her best doubles ranking of 113 on 18 June 2018. Rodríguez made her WTA Tour debut at the 2013 Abierto Mexicano Telcel, partnering Marcela Zacarías in doubles; the Mexican pair won their first-round match against fellow Mexican wild cards Ximena Hermoso and Ana Sofía Sánchez, only to lose in the quarterfinals to the Spanish fourth seeds Lourdes Domínguez Lino and Arantxa Parra Santonja, who went on to win the title. Playing for Mexico at the Fed Cup, Rodríguez has a win–loss record of 5–7 as of June 2019. Victoria Rodríguez at the Women's Tennis Association Victoria Rodríguez at the International Tennis Federation Victoria Rodríguez at the Fed Cup

The Right to Love (1920 film)

The Right to Love is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice. It stars David Powell and Holmes Herbert; the film is based on the French novel L'Homme qui assassina, by Claude Farrère and the play of the same name by Pierre Frondaie. A copy of the film is preserved in the Nederlands Filmmuseum; as described in a film magazine, summoned in her desperation to help her in her anguish at the threatened separation from her child, American soldier Colonel Richard Loring is witness to the blackguard conspiracy of Lord Archibald Falkland to dishonor his wife. Lady Falkland married the English ambassador to Turkey to satisfy her father's greed for wealth, was a youthful sweetheart of Loring's in America, their romance was shattered by her enforced marriage to the Ambassador, who insists on keeping in their home in Constantinople his mistress Lady Edith, an English woman. These two plot the compromise of the wife in a situation with Prince Cerniwicz and her separation from her boy Little Archibald, the outcome is the murder of Lord Falkland by the Colonel.

Because of a remembered obligation, a Turkish nobleman throws the guilt from Loring and the two lovers are reunited. Mae Murray as Lady Falkland David Powell as Colonel Richard Loring Holmes Herbert as Lord Archibald Falkland Alma Tell as Lady Edith Frank Losee as Marshal to the Sultan Macey Harlam as Prince Stanislaus Cerniwicz Marcia Harris as Governess Lawrence Johnson as Little Archibald Stamboul The Man Who Murdered The Right to Love on IMDb Right to Love at AllMovie Right to Love at ThoughtEquity