| Animation, Comedy, Musical
The U.S. Ambassador's (Walter Pidgeon) daughter falls for a Mexican pianist (Jose Iturbi) old enough to be her grandfather.
This was Jane Powell's first film for MGM.
Christine, what happened to your face? Why you look so horrible ?
Christine Evans: What ? Oh that's because I'm not dressed yet that's all. All girls look like this before they're dressed.
Stanley Owen: They do? Christine, I think that's deceitful
Yvette Baranga: Bon soir Stanley.
Stanley Owen: Yvette, before...
At around the 53-minute mark, a shot shows a badly cracked floor tile. When an extra walks across the adjoining tile, it lifts up on one end and makes a SPLUNK sound when it falls back into place.
"Why So Gloomy?", a musical number featuring Jane Powell and a Chinese boy, was cut from the film. It is included in the "Musical Jukebox" feature of the 2004 That's Entertainment! DVD box set.
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