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Quem Roubou Meu Samba? (1959)

| Musical, Comedy
Somebody is selling songs for two recording companies, simultaneously. The owner of one of them hires a detective to find out the swindler's identity. But the private-eye is clumsy, and messes things up even more.
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Credited cast:
Ankito ...
Leovigildo
Maria Vidal ...
Aurora
Nancy Wanderley ...
Iolanda
Aurélio Teixeira ...
Secundino
Pituca ...
Terrinha
Humberto Catalano ...
Tancredo
Darcy Coria ...
Gilda
Francisco Dantas ...
Ranulfo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zé Bacurau ...
Compositor
Vavá Barroso
Paulo Gilvan Bezerril ...
(as Trio Iraquitan)
Perácio Camargo ...
(as Perácio)
Chiquinho
Chuvisco ...
Atanásio
Paulo Copacabana ...
Blequinho
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Somebody is selling songs for two recording companies, simultaneously. The owner of one of them hires a detective to find out the swindler's identity. But the private-eye is clumsy, and messes things up even more.

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A no so good example of the Brazilian "Chanchada".
22 June 2001 | by (Brasília, Brazil) – See all my reviews

The "chanchada" was a kind of movie produced in Brazil during the 40's, 50's and mid-60's, rejected by the critics and loved by people. These was musical comedies. In this film we can see some of the most important actors and actresses of the chanchada, as Ankito, Maria Vidal, Wilson Grey, Humberto Catalano and Aurélio Teixeira. And there are musical numbers with the "Divines" Ângela Maria and Marlene and the "Queen of the Musical Theater" in Brazil: Virginia Lane (with her incredible pair of legs!). The theme of the movie is very simple and, despite of the good cast, it's not so funny as other classics, such as "É Fogo na Roupa" or "O Homem do Sputnik".


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