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In 1941 she was the first Latin American star to be invited to leave her hand- and footprints in the courtyard of Grauman's Chinese Theatre, and was the first South American honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

and settled in Rio de Janeiro, where he opened a barber shop.

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Miranda performed a musical number in O Carnaval Cantado no Rio (1932, the first sound documentary on the subject) and three songs in A Voz do Carnaval (1933), which combined footage of street celebrations in Rio with a fictitious plot providing a pretext for musical numbers.

She signed a two-year contract with RCA Victor in 1930, giving them exclusive rights to her image.

In 1933 Miranda signed a two-year contract with Rádio Mayrink Veiga, the most popular Brazilian station of the 1930s, and was the first contract singer in Brazilian radio history; for a year, in 1937, she moved to Radio Tupi.

Her mother followed in 1910 with their daughters, Olinda (1907–1931) and Carmen.

Although Carmen never returned to Portugal, she retained her Portuguese nationality.

Miranda performed a musical number in O Carnaval Cantado no Rio (1932, the first sound documentary on the subject) and three songs in A Voz do Carnaval (1933), which combined footage of street celebrations in Rio with a fictitious plot providing a pretext for musical numbers.She signed a two-year contract with RCA Victor in 1930, giving them exclusive rights to her image.In 1933 Miranda signed a two-year contract with Rádio Mayrink Veiga, the most popular Brazilian station of the 1930s, and was the first contract singer in Brazilian radio history; for a year, in 1937, she moved to Radio Tupi.Her mother followed in 1910 with their daughters, Olinda (1907–1931) and Carmen.Although Carmen never returned to Portugal, she retained her Portuguese nationality.Her father did not approve of Miranda's plans to enter show business; her mother supported her, despite being beaten when her father discovered that his daughter had auditioned for a radio show (she had sung at parties and festivals in Rio).