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Under the Pampas Moon (1935)

Approved | | Music, Romance, Western | 1 June 1935 (USA)
Cesare Campo is a hard-riding and hard-loving Argentine gaucho. Yvonne LaMarr is a famous Parisian singer on her way to play an engagement in a Buenos Aires cabaret. THe plane she is flying... See full summary »

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Cesar Campo
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Yvonne LaMarr
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Tito
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Graham Scott
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Rosa
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Madame LaMarr
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Bazan
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Don Bennett
Blanca Vischer ...
Elena
Veloz ...
Café Dancer - The Cobra Tango (as Veloz and Yolanda)
Yolanda ...
Café Dancer - The Cobra Tango (as Veloz and Yolanda)
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Carmen (as Rita Cansino)
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Café Singer
Chris-Pin Martin ...
Pietro
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Big José
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Cesare Campo is a hard-riding and hard-loving Argentine gaucho. Yvonne LaMarr is a famous Parisian singer on her way to play an engagement in a Buenos Aires cabaret. THe plane she is flying in is forced to land on the Pampas. Campo and his riders take the passengers to a hotel. Yvonne and Campo quickly fall in love, but she had to leave to make her singing engagement in Buenos Aires. Campo follows her and discovers that his horse that was the favorite to win the Big Race has been stolen. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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singer | pampas | hotel | gaucho | cabaret | See All (45) »

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Warner BAXTER in a role more romantic than his "Cisco Kid"! (original poster) See more »

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Music | Romance | Western

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1 June 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Die Peitsche der Pampas  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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Rita Cansino's (Rita Hayworth's) part consisted of a few lines of dialogue exchanged with Warner Baxter and a dance, called the "Zamba," which she performed while ostensibly a waitress-entertainer in an Argentine café sequence. See more »

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Veredita
Music by Cyril J. Mockridge
Lyrics by Miguel de Zárraga
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