An all-black Caribbean island resort welcomes flashy dancer Gertie La Rue, forced to perform in this remote spot because she two-timed Al, her Harlem lover and backer, once too often. As Gertie amuses herself by dazzling the local men with her sex appeal, sanctimonious Mr. Christian (shades of 'Rain') schemes to either reform her or have her thrown off the island. On opening night, her sensuous performance exceeds Christian's worst fears...but more serious trouble awaits. Written by
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Gertie La Rue
Take your hands off me, you dirty psalm-singin' polecat! If the truth were only known, you want me just like all the rest!
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BLUES IN THE NIGHT
Written by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Performed in part by female voice on record See more