Rhumba Rhythm at the Hollywood La Conga (1939)

TV-G   |    |  Short, Comedy, Music

Two girls sneak into a Hollywood club in order to get a look at stars. When they enter a conga line contest they get more than they expect.


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9 April 2018 | MartinHafer
| Hollywood made quite a few shorts like this one.
In the 1930s, MGM made quite a few shorts like "Rhumba Rhythm at the Hollywood Conga". The formula was very similar--a couple rubes show up at some Hollywood night club and there they enjoy some acts AND spot lots of celebrities. In this case, the stars are mostly 2nd and 3rd tier stars...and a few, such as Lana Turner, is featured before she became famous. About the biggest stars of the time were George Murphy and Chester Morris...so MGM did not bring out the big stars for this short.

So is this any good? Well, most of the candid shots of the stars seemed to be stock shots with only Murphy interacting with the two ladies who came to see movie stars. As for the music and the rest, it's mildly interesting and not much more.

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