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|Named Person:||Fredric March|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Adolph Zukor; Don Hartman; Frank Butler; John C Moffitt; Duke Atteberry; Arthur Hornblow; Theodore Reed; Agustín Lara; Ted Tetzlaff; Farciot Edouart; Hans Dreier; Robert Usher; Archie Marshek; Boris Morros; Le Roy Prinz; Edith Head; Ned Washington; Pepe Guizar; A E Freudeman; Earl Hayman; John Cope; Bob Burns; Dorothy Lamour; Binnie Barnes; Martha Raye; Ray Milland; Tito Guizar; Roberto Soto; Elvira Rios; Bobby Moya; Fortunio Bona Nova; Pepito; Irving Bacon; Paramount Pictures, inc.; Ascencio del Rio Trio.; San Cristobal Marimba Band.
"Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording." Playing time on release was 70, 75 or 77 min., according to: AFI catalog, 1931-1940.
Copyright: Paramount Pictures, Inc.; 22Jul38; LP8166.
"Approved, MPPDA, certificate no. 4121. Classified and passed by the National Board of Review."
|Credits:||Introducing the melodies of Mexico's greatest composer, AgustiÌn Lara. Photographed by Ted Tetzlaff; special photographic effects by Farciot Edouart; production consultant, Manuel Reachi; art direction by Hans Dreier and Robert Usher; edited by Archie Marshek. Musical direction, Boris Morros; dance direction by LeRoy Prinz; costumes, Edith Head; songs by Agustin Lara, with English lyrics by Ned Washington; Guadalajara, by Pepe Guizar; interior decorations by A.E. Freudeman; sound recording, Earl Hayman and John Cope.|
|Performer(s):||Cast of characters: With Bob Burns (Breck Jones), Dorothy Lamour (Manuela), Binnie Barnes (Marilyn Joyce), Martha Raye (Midge Miller), Ray Milland (Ken Warren), Tito Guizar (Ramon). Featuring these celebrated Mexican artists, Roberto Soto (Roberto), Elvira Rios (Rosa), the Ascencio Del Rio Trio, the San Cristobal Marimba Band. Michael Visaroff (Felipe); Bobby Moya (Pepito); Fortunio Bona-Nova (Barrera); Pepito (Chico); Matt McHugh (Joe); Irving Bacon (Sol Grunnion).|
|Responsibility:||a Paramount picture ; Adolph Zukor presents ; screen play by Don Hartman and Frank Butler, John C. Moffitt and Duke Atteberry ; based on a story by Don Hartman and Frank Butler ; produced by Arthur Hornblow, Jr. ; directed by Theodore Reed.|