In a cantina across the border, Bob Hamlin shoots a man that threatens his friend. He and his pals escape but return that night for the dance as Bob is attracted to Conchita. Running once ... See full summary »

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Armida ...
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Marjorie Kane ...
Nina (as Marjorie 'Babe' Kane)
Victor Potel ...
Slim
Wesley Barry ...
Victor Hamlin
Nita Martan ...
Gloria
J. Frank Glendon ...
Buck (as Frank Glendon)
Harry von Meter ...
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Willy Castello ...
Lieutenant of Rurales (as William Costello)
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In a cantina across the border, Bob Hamlin shoots a man that threatens his friend. He and his pals escape but return that night for the dance as Bob is attracted to Conchita. Running once more from the Rurales, Bob takes Conchita. They escape again only to find themselves pinned down when Buck and his gang of horse thieves attack. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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25 May 1929 (USA)  »

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(RCA Photophone System)

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1.37 : 1
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Yo Te Adoro (How I Adore You)
Written by Will Jason and Val Burton
Performed by Armida and Don Terry
Reprised by Don Terry
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Not Quite Saludos Amigos
2 May 2004 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This early effort by directorial jack-of-all-trades Richard Thorpe quickly shows its stripes as a musical-comedy western -- it opens with the Mexican army captain leading his cavalry in a cantering chorus that works very nicely.

This is a western with a little bit of something for everyone, including a clip of Rex the Wonder Horse and Ladies' Day at the swimming hole. The songs are surprisingly fresh, Babe Kane is very funny as the distaff comic side kick, and there is pretty good camerawork, particularly in the dance scene. While not for everyone -- the stereotypes are hard to take if you forget for a moment this is a farce -- if you have any taste at all for this sort of thing, you will find it enormously entertaining.


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