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I always wondered what the story was on Hedy Lamarr. I'd never seen her in anything before this film, only heard about her in Mel Brooks jokes and so forth. Turns out she was also a Math genius, but if this film is anything to go on, she offered little more than a pretty face to the acting profession. The only thing that was memorable about this film was the location shooting in Havana. The highlight of the Cuban segment was the Mambo music and dancing as the lead walks into a seedy little nightclub. This 1950 film predates Mambo Mania in the US by a few years, by 1955 Cuba and the music that came with it were all the rage stateside and featured in numerous TV shows and films. Lots of 'Casablanca-esque' scenes of stranded refugees in this one, but unlike that film, you'll have already forgotten everybody's name by the time the credits roll.
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