Socialite Elvira Kent suspects her husband of fooling around with other women. When he announces he can't join her on their scheduled ocean voyage, she hires a nightclub singer, Georgia Garrett, to pose as her on the cruise. Elvira stays at a hotel near home so she can spy on her husband. She's unaware, however, that her husband has hired a detective, Peter Virgil, to keep an eye on her at sea. Of course, Peter doesn't realize that Georgia is not Mrs. Kent...
Daniel Bubbeo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Romance and Laughter...under a Rio moon!
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Did You Know?
Because Warner ace director Michael Curtiz owed the government $350,000 in back taxes, the studio set him up in his own production company. When Betty Hutton bowed out, Styne suggested Doris Day without knowing that she had already been turned down by the studio because of a bad screen test. Producer Henry Blanke was persuaded to supervise a second, much more successful test. When Styne threatened to use Day in his own picture, Curtiz acquiesced. See more
When Peter and Georgia are at the bar, a bartender sets down a bowl of potato chips near her. In the next longer shot, they are missing, but reappear in the following shot. See more
You know, it's very irritating. Here I gave up a perfectly wonderful cruise to trap my husband and what happens? Nothing.
Uncle Lazlo Lazlo
Just goes to show you can't trust men.
The credits is opened by a businessman's hand and each credit has a different tropical and paradise scene. See more
aka "Cuban Rhapsody"
Music by Jule Styne
, Ray Heindorf
and Oscar Levant
Performed by Oscar Levant See more