A Hollywood star travels to Mexico to take flamenco dancing lessons for her next movie. In the airport she mets a Mexican rancher, and while both dislike each other at first, things may change.

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(as Tito Gout)

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(story) (as Tito Gout), (dialogue)
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Jorge Negrete ...
Fernando Lazo
Ángel Garasa ...
Don Niceto Pérez
Domingo Soler ...
Ángel
Janet Alcoriza ...
Olivia (as Raquel)
Consuelo Guerrero de Luna ...
Tía Laura
Alfredo Varela ...
(as Alfredo Varela Jr.)
Lupe del Castillo ...
Doña Presente (as Guadalupe Castillo)
Gabriel Soto
Eddy Larry
Edmundo Espino ...
Gerente hotel
Salvador Quiroz ...
Detective policía
Pedro Corez
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A Hollywood star travels to Mexico to take flamenco dancing lessons for her next movie. In the airport she mets a Mexican rancher, and while both dislike each other at first, things may change.

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Comedy | Romance

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5 June 1942 (Mexico)  »

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A Wonderful Film in the Style of e.g., "Bringing Up Baby"
13 December 2002 | by (Kingman, Arizona) – See all my reviews

This is a splendid classic of Mexican cinema, with good acting, enjoyable music, a fun story, and none of the "mush", etc., I regrettably associate with that cinema. Jorge Negrete was, in a sense, "Bing Crosby" of that era, but more influential in the entertainment of his country. For a critical view of him, I strongly recommend reading Miguel de Molina's autobiography "Botin de Guerra". But though Jorge committed some nearly unforgivable acts of intolerance or greed or will to power - define his actions as you wish - he was nonetheless a great screen, stage and musical personality. On closer thought, I dare say that anyone who likes "It Happened One Night" is likely to enjoy this film. I can't even estimate the number of times I've seen this film, and I could see it again at the drop of a hat. In that regard, I could rank it along with "Midsummer Night's Dream" with Olivia de Haviland, Joe E. Brown, Mickey Rooney and James Cagney, etc., another of my all-time favorites.


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