Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The 1960 British film Girls of Latin Quarter offers a few then-popular Calypso tunes amidst its treacly storyline. Bernard Hunter plays a nerdish young sprout who inherits a fortune. In order to collect his legacy, he must take over the failing family farm and turn it into a winning proposition. To raise funds, Hunter goes the Mickey Rooney route and stages a Big Show. Co-starring as a dancer in Girls of Latin Quarter is a young, pre-Charles-Bronson Jill Ireland.
dance [art], heir, inheritance