Pan-Americana (1945)

Genres - Musical  |   Run Time - 84 min.  |   Countries - United States   |   MPAA Rating - NR
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Synopsis by Sandra Brennan

A journalist for a popular travel magazine goes looking for interesting stories in Latin America and finds love instead in this colorful musical. The love angle comes from her fiance who lives there, and from the dashing photographer who accompanies her. Included are many South American acts including flamenco dancers Rosario and Antonio. Songs include: "Ba-Ba-Lu" (Bob Russell, Marguerita Lecuna), "Stars in Your Eyes", "La Morine de Mi Copla" (Gabriel Ruiz, Mort Greene), "Rhumba Matumba" (Bobby Collazo, Greene), "Guadalajara" (Pepe Guizar, Greene), "Negra Leona" (A. Fernandez, Greene), and "Baramba" (Margarita Lecuona, Greene).



America, dance [art], flamenco, handsome, investigation, journal, journalism, Latin [language], Latin-America, love, magazine, meeting, musical [play], photography, publisher, reporter, romance, search, visit, writing, songwriter