Havana bar girl with tough "protector" falls for young sailor.
The Supreme Dramatic Sensation of This Generation! (print Ad- Schenectady Gazette, ((Schenectady NY)) 10 December 1930)
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The costs of shooting for four days in Havana were shared by MGM with the understanding that the studio could use atmospheric exterior shots in their upcoming production of "Cuban Love Song." The Cuban embassy later protested the Havana locations although the setting was supposedly a mythical island. American and British groups both objected to the heavy drinking and generally the film had its share of censorship problems. See more
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