For example, "Lucky Rita" is seeking "Marriage, Relationship, Fun, Traveling".
Her father, Eduardo Cansino, Sr., was from Castilleja de la Cuesta, a little town near Seville, Spain.
During the Great Depression, he lost all his investments as commercial interest in his dancing classes waned.
Fred Astaire, with whom she made two films, called her his favorite dance partner.
Her greatest success was in the Technicolor musical Cover Girl (1944), with Gene Kelly.
Winfield Sheehan, the head of the Fox Film Corporation, saw her dancing at the Caliente Club and quickly arranged for Hayworth to do a screen test a week later.
Impressed by her screen persona, Sheehan signed her for a short-term, six-month contract at Fox, under the name Rita Cansino, the first of two name changes during her film career.
She is listed as one of the top-25 female motion picture stars of all time in the American Film Institute's survey, AFI's 100 Years...100 Stars.
In 1980, Hayworth was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, which contributed to her death at age 68.
She was the top pin-up girl for GIs during World War II.