Moon Over Miami (1941)

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Sisters Kay and Barbara arrive in Miami from Texas looking for rich husbands.


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  • Betty Grable and Carole Landis in Moon Over Miami (1941)
  • Betty Grable and Robert Cummings in Moon Over Miami (1941)
  • Carole Landis in Moon Over Miami (1941)
  • Betty Grable and Robert Cummings in Moon Over Miami (1941)
  • Robert Cummings and Carole Landis in Moon Over Miami (1941)
  • Carole Landis in Moon Over Miami (1941)

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7 August 2007 | ryancm
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| Just fun
Of course these Fox musicals of the 40's were flimsy. They were meant to be. They were what they were and MOON OVER Miami is one of the better Betty Grable flicks. Great color, location work, acting and especially the singing and dancing. Grable has been criticized for her singing and dancing. WHY? She was brilliant. Nice acting style for movies of this sort, wonderful voice and her dancing is up there with the best of them, Ginger Rogers, Judy Garland, and the rest of them. Have the Grable collection and they are all enjoyable but Fox needs to put the rest of her movies on DVD, especially MOTHER WORE TIGHTS, WABASH AVENUE; CONEY ISLAND and SPRINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES as well as BILLY ROSE'S HORSESHOE REVIEW. The plot of MOON is similar to THREE LITTLE GIRLS IN BLUE and the wonderful HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE. Yes, they CERTAINLY don't make em' like this anymore.

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