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Dennis mistakenly believes Carmelita is going to have a baby. Little does he know that the blessed event is her cat's new kittens.
The final Mexican Spitfire film and Velez' last American picture; she died after making one more feature in her native Mexico.
Sheriff Fred Walters:
Look, do you want to get drilled?
Lord Basil Epping: Drilled? You mean: columns right, left turn, right turn?
Dennis has been away serving in the merchant marine for several months. He shows up at Carmelita's current job at the end of her evening performance, so presumably they sleep together that night. The entire rest of the film action happens the next day, at the end of which the house doctor announces that Carmelita is pregnant. In the 1940s especially, there's no way a doctor could determine pregnancy less than 24 hours after the only copulation that could have produced it.