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Hi, Gaucho! (1935)

Passed  -  Comedy | Drama | Musical  -  11 October 1935 (USA)
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The setting is Argentina. When an outlaw band holds up a stage, their leader finds an old man from Spain who has just arrived to marry into a very rich family. So he assumes his identity ... See full summary »


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Complete credited cast:
John Carroll ...
Steffi Duna ...
Inez del Campo
Escurra, aka Captain Garcia
Montagu Love ...
Ann Codee ...
Doña Vincenta del Campo
Tom Ricketts ...
Don Salvador de Aragon
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The setting is Argentina. When an outlaw band holds up a stage, their leader finds an old man from Spain who has just arrived to marry into a very rich family. So he assumes his identity while his men detain the old man. Although the prospective bride loves another man, her mother insists that she marry the supposed Spaniard. Written by Maurice VanAuken <>

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11 October 1935 (USA)  »

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Paixão Gaúcha  »

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(RCA Victor System)

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1.37 : 1
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Music and Lyrics by Albert Hay Malotte
Sung offscreen by an unidentified female and chorus in the plaza
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Rather lackluster, but fun with Tom Ricketts and John Carroll, nonetheless.
16 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

4/10 because John Carroll's voice is pleasant to hear, and though the songs are forgettable, he had that impish smile that endears. Tom Ricketts, the ancient nobleman whom Steffi Duna is to marry sight unseen, is about the funniest character in here, and that's saying a lot, because Paul Porcasi, Chris-Pin Martin and Ann Codee each have some outrageous moments. However, Ricketts as the spindle-shanked kidnapped nobleman, got to me as he is seemingly courtly to his younger fiancée, and not lascivious at all: he wants to present his pretty wife to the Spanish royalty. The setting is SoCal standing in for Argentina, and it seems that the Mexican Hat Dance is performed in Argentina, as well as in Mexico! Or so this movie would have it. Anyway, it's short and worth watching for Ricketts and the duenna, Ferike Boros.

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