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(1933)

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  • An American girl is in a small South American village which is celebrating San Marcos Day. The rebels, led by old El Toro and his young Lieutenant, occupy the village. El Toro has an eye for the ladies. The Lieutenant and the girl sing love songs to each other and as the government troops approach, they part.

  • The New York Sullivan family, which owns its own car company, is in small town South America where the locals are celebrating San Marco Day. The day is marked by the bell of San Marco ringing every time young lovers kiss. The festivities are interrupted by the arrival of El Toro, the rotund general leading the revolution, he who strikes fear in the populace. El Toro has a bone to pick with Sullivan, whose life may be in danger because of it. Sullivan's grown daughter, attracting the eye of El Toro's right hand man, the suave Lt. Juan Segovia, may be able to save her father by honoring Segovia's wish for a kiss, which ends up not being difficult for her to do. Segovia's want is despite he already going with a local girl named Pepita. But Segovia's life may in turn be in danger as El Toro has his own romantic eye on Miss Sullivan. But the goings-on with the revolution may trump all.

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