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Down Argentine Way

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  • Posted January 12, 2011


    I purchased this movie a short time ago and it was by far a great movie. Betty Grable was amazing with her dance routines. Don Ameche..what can I say? So talented and handsome. Carmen Miranda does her music routines and she was great. The movie displays the culture so beautiful and colorful and just makes you want to jump on a plane to Argentina. Definitely recommend.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    More Grable!

    This was the first film that Betty Grable had the starring role in. It's also the film debut of Carmen Miranda. Both these wonderful performers make this a film worth having. I purchased this film as part of the "Betty Grable Collection" boxed set that contains "Moon Over Miami", "The Dolly Sisters", and "My Blue Heaven" as well. All four films are worth adding to the collection of any fan of Hollywood film musicals.

    What I find puzzling is the paucity of Betty Grable's films on DVD. C'mon Fox! What are you waiting for? You gave us Alice Faye and Carmen Miranda. It's time to do the same for Betty. She was one of the top box office draws of the 1940s and deserves to have more than just a handful of her films on video.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Still timeless even for 1940

    I have seen this movie a couple of times and each time I enjoy it as much as the first. The music and dance will leave you smiling everytime. I'm going to get this on DVD.

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