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Comedy | Drama | Musical
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An American girl on vacation in Argentina falls for a wealthy racehorse owner.

Director: Irving Cummings
Stars: Don Ameche, Betty Grable, Carmen Miranda
Estudantes (1935)
Musical | Comedy
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Director: Wallace Downey
Stars: Carmen Miranda, Barbosa Júnior, Mesquitinha
Comedy | Musical
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Director: Ruy Costa
Stars: Dircinha Batista, Oscarito, Aloysio de Oliveira
Copacabana (1947)
Certificate: Passed Comedy | Musical
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6.2/10 X  

Agent has his only client pose as both a French chanteuse and Brazilian bombshell to fool nightclub owner.

Director: Alfred E. Green
Stars: Groucho Marx, Carmen Miranda, Steve Cochran
Comedy | Musical
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Directors: João de Barro, Wallace Downey, and 1 more credit »
Stars: Almirante, Ary Barroso, Aurora Miranda
Musical | Comedy
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Director: Ruy Costa
Stars: Barbosa Júnior, Nair Alves, Dircinha Batista
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Jaime Costa ...
Empresário
Barbosa Júnior ...
Autor 1
Pinto Filho ...
Autor 2
Oscarito ...
No cassino
Lelita Rosa ...
Morena
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Almirante
Francisco Alves
Aniceto
Ivo Astolphi ...
(as Bando da Lua)
Lamartine Babo
Luiz Barbosa
Hélio Barroso
Dircinha Batista
Linda Batista
Simão Boutman
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20 January 1936 (Brazil)  »

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Is the only film the Carmen Miranda did during her pre-hollywood period that survived the years in its entirety. All the others are lost. See more »

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Edited into Carmen Miranda (1969) See more »

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Cadê Mimi
Written by João de Barro and Alberto Ribeiro
Performed by Mário Reis
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Historical! Hysterical!
25 February 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is not just a fine piece of brazilian pop music of the times registered in film. It's cabaret meets brazilian carnival. It's also very into modernism, which translates as great sets, and dialogues and action that verge on the complete absurd, inbetween songs, as you follow two songwriters that drink and gamble a little too much for their own good. Great comedy!


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