In Mexico, a former bandit settles down and picks out a beautiful young dancer to be his wife. His younger brother also comes home after having spent years in the U.S., and falls in love with his brother's intended fiancé. Rather than cause problems, the younger brother goes to Mexico City to become a matador. While there, he gets word that the police, who have been hunting his brother, have finally captured him. Written by
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What I do and say at that grave is my affair. It's my grave, isn't it? Isn't it me who's buried there?
This Night (My Heart Does The Rhumba)
Music by Ralph Rainger
Lyrics by Leo Robin See more