The Kid from Spain

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Released 1932

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The Kid from Spain

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Director:
Leo McCarey
Released:
1932
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The Kid from Spain is a 1932 comedy musical directed by Leo McCarey. In the film, friends Eddie (Eddie Cantor) and Ricardo (Robert Young) are expelled from college following a prank. Afterwards, Eddie gets inadvertently mixed up in a bank robbery and is forced to flee from the police to Mexico, meeting Ricardo there. In order to conceal his identity from authorities, Eddie poses as a bull-fighter. Eddie tries to help Ricardo woo his love, but ends up falling in love himself with another girl. Things come to a climax when everyone, including a detective who has been on his trail and his new love interest, expects the always unfortunate Eddie, still under his bull fighter identity, to deliver a stunning performance in the upcoming bull-fight. This film also includes acclaimed musical performances choreographed by Busby Berkeley and composed by Harry Ruby and Bert Kalamar. The Kid from Spain also stars Lyda Roberti, Ruth Hall, and John Miljan.
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