Other events of 1935
Timeline of Brazilian history
President: Getúlio Vargas
Vice President: none
8 June - The Brazilian Olympic Committee, officially founded in 1914, is recognised and begins activities.
20 September - the Farroupilha Revolution centennial fair opens
November - A Communist insurrection, the "Red Revolt of 35", fails to unseat President Vargas. Olga Benário Prestes and her husband Luís Carlos Prestes are among the conspirators arrested.
The chemical company Nitro Química is established.
Mário de Andrade and writer and archaeologist Paulo Duarte, who had for many years desired to promote cultural research and activity in the city through a municipal agency, create a unified São Paulo Department of Culture (Departamento de Cultura e Recreação da Prefeitura Municipal de São Paulo), with Andrade as founding director.
Jorge Amado - Jubiabá
Tatsuzō Ishikawa - Sōbō
Érico Veríssimo - A Vida de Joana D'Arc
Alô, Alô, Brasil
1 August - José Hamilton Ribeiro, journalist
5 October - Tarcísio Meira, actor
27 October - Maurício de Sousa, cartoonist
13 December - Adélia Prado, poet and author
8 February - Otávio Fantoni, soccer player (born 1907; infection resulting from a sporting injury)
15 February - Ronald de Carvalho, poet and diplomat (born 1893)
14 April - Antônio Castilho de Alcântara Machado, journalist, politician and writer (born 1901)
24 June - Alfredo Le Pera, journalist, dramatist and lyricist (born 1900)
date unknown - Arturo Carrari, film director (born 1867)
1935 in Brazil Wikipedia
Events in the year 1935 in Brazil.