Musician brothers Cesar and Nestor leave Cuba for America in the 1950s, hoping to hit the top of the Latin music scene. Cesar is the older brother, the business manager, and the ladies' man. Nestor is the brooding songwriter, who cannot forget the woman in Cuba who broke his heart. Written by
With a suitcase full of song, Hearts filled with passion, two brothers come to America in search of a dream.
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The "Valentine" opening credits seen in syndication were *not* the original opening credits. When the series originally aired on CBS, the credits featured animated stick figures of Lucy and Desi along with the sponsor's product - Phillip Morris cigarettes, for instance. The "Valentine" credits were added when CBS began rerunning the series in 1958. See more
In the name of the Mambo, the Rumba, and the Cha cha cha.
Written by Alberto Domínguez
Produced by Peter Asher
Performed by Linda Ronstadt
Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment See more