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Down Argentine Way

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Released 1940

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Down Argentine Way

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Director:
Irving Cummings
Released:
1940
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Down Argentine Way is a classic Technicolor musical directed by Irving Cummings in the early 1940s. It begins with beautiful Glenda Crawford (Betty Grable) enjoying herself at a racetrack with her mother, Binnie Crawford (Charlotte Greenwood). Glenda wants to buy an attractive race horse, but she learns that a Don Diego Quintana (Henry Stephenson) owns the animal. He has held a long-time grudge against Glenda's father. When Glenda tried to buy the horse, she meets Don Diego's son, Ricardo Quintana (Don Ameche). They soon fall deeply in love, but they must come up with an interesting, silly trick to get Don Diego to approve the match. Charming song-and-dance routines appear throughout the movie. The Nicholas Brothers perform acrobatic dances, and the Portugese stunner Carmen Miranda debuts in her first American film. Nominated for three Academy Awards, Down Argentine Way is a masterpiece that fans of classic cinema cannot afford to miss!
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    Arts, Comedy, Music

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    Musicals, Classics