Mexicana

  • 1945
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

Guizar, Mexico's version of Frank Sinatra, gets tired of his fans ripping his clothes off and goes looking for someone to pose as his wife. He figures if the fans think he's married, they'll go a little easier on his wardrobe. He chooses Moore, but they don't see eye to eye, and things build to some fair comic situations. Songs include, "Mexicana," "Lupita,"...read more

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Guizar, Mexico's version of Frank Sinatra, gets tired of his fans ripping his clothes off and goes looking for someone to pose as his wife. He figures if the fans think he's married, they'll go a little easier on his wardrobe. He chooses Moore, but they don't see eye to eye, and things

build to some fair comic situations. Songs include, "Mexicana," "Lupita," "See Mexico," "Heartlessness," "Time Out for Dreaming," "De Corazon a Corazon" (Gabriel Ruiz, Ned Washington), "Somewhere There's a Rainbow" (Walter Scharf, Washington), and "The Children's Song" (sung by St. Luke's

Choristers).

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