Ted Koehler and Harold Arlen's 'Stormy Weather,' plays, providing the film's title as star Ricardo Montalban appears with fellow 'hispanic' Jack Elam in the opening from My Man and I, 1952.
Laborer Chu Chu (Ricardo Montalban) is virtuous and patriotic as he parts ways with his boozy friend Nancy (Shelley Winters) after a rough night in William A. Wellman's My Man and I, 1952.
Hispanic buddies (Pascual Garcia Pena, Carlos Conde, Juan Torena, Jack Elam) are playing poker when Chu Chu (Ricardo Montalban) and Nancy (Shelley Winters) come to mooch off his brother Manuel (Jose Torvay) in My Man and I, 1952.
Chu Chu (Ricardo Montalban) is compassionate and shirtless toward his employer's wife Elena (Claire Trevor) who doesn't seem dangerous, mourning her dead cat in My Man and I, 1952.
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