Betty Grable as an American heiress, Don Ameche as an Argentine horse breeder, and Carmen Miranda as something from another planet, all shot in delirious 40s Technicolor. The result is a classic example of the 20th Century-Fox approach to musicals: loud, vulgar, ridiculous, and irresistibly entertaining. With Charlotte Greenwood, J. Carrol Naish, and Leonid Kinskey; directed by the implacable Irving Cummings (1940).