Two Latins From Manhattan

  • 1941
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Musical

Back in the days when there were no Latins native to New York City, a pair of Cuban show business sisters are brought to Manhattan by a nightclub owner. When they do not show up for work, Davis, the club's public relations woman, gets her roommates, Woodbury and Falkenburg, to substitute for them. The girls are a big hit but are eventually confronted by...read more

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Back in the days when there were no Latins native to New York City, a pair of Cuban show business sisters are brought to Manhattan by a nightclub owner. When they do not show up for work, Davis, the club's public relations woman, gets her roommates, Woodbury and Falkenburg, to substitute

for them. The girls are a big hit but are eventually confronted by the real sisters. This weak B film is unoriginal and often sophomoric, with flat direction and a script that leaves room for nothing more than the bare-bones story. Songs include "Daddy" (Bobby Troup, sung by Davis, Falkenburg),

which Sammy Kaye and his orchestra later turned into a hit record.

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  • Review: Back in the days when there were no Latins native to New York City, a pair of Cuban show business sisters are brought to Manhattan by a nightclub owner. When they do not show up for work, Davis, the club's public relations woman, gets her roommates, Woodbu… (more)

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