Nancy Goes to Rio1950

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Nancy Goes to Rio
Directed by:
Robert Z. Leonard

Released in the USA on March 10 of 1950, "Nancy Goes to Rio" (also known as "Nancy geht nach Rio", "Nancy va a Rio") is a Comedy/Musical film directed by Robert Z. Leonard . Ann Sothern and Jane Powell are starring, alongside Barry Sullivan, Carmen Miranda, Louis Calhern and Scotty Beckett.

Who is the director of "Nancy Goes to Rio":

Nancy Goes to Rio was directed by Robert Z. Leonard, an American director, producer, writer, and actor.

Before directing Nancy Goes to Rio, Robert Z. Leonard had directed In the Good Old Summertime, released in 1949, The Bribe (1949), B.F.'s Daughter (1948), The Secret Heart (1946), Week-End at the Waldorf (1945), and The Man from Down Under (1943). Since, he directed Duchess of Idaho, released in 1950, Grounds for Marriage (1951), Too Young to Kiss (1951), The Clown (1953), Her Twelve Men (1954), and The King's Thief (1955).

What was the release date of "Nancy Goes to Rio":

Nancy Goes to Rio was first released on Friday, March 10, 1950, in the United States.. This was sixty-nine (69) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "Nancy Goes to Rio":

At the casting of Nancy Goes to Rio we find Ann Sothern, previously seen in A Letter to Three Wives (1949) and Words and Music (1948); Jane Powell (A Date with Judy (1948), Three Daring Daughters (1948)); Barry Sullivan (The Great Gatsby (1949), Any Number Can Play (1949)) [ more... ]

  • Jane Powell, Carmen Miranda and Scotty Beckett also worked together in A Date with Judy, released in 1948.
  • Carmen Miranda, Fortunio Bonanova and Bando da Lua can also be seen in Down Argentine Way, released in 1940.
  • Bando da Lua and Carmen Miranda, Fortunio Bonanova have all also be seen in That Night in Rio, released in 1941.

What is the Storyline of "Nancy Goes to Rio":

On the closing night of a Broadway play, leading actress Frances Elliott {Ann Sothern) hosts a party attended by many guests, including her eccentric father Gregory (Louis Calhern), who is also an actor; her seventeen-year-old daughter, Nancy Barklay (Jane Powell), an aspiring actress; and Brazilian playwright Ricardo Domingos, who is considering starring Frances in his next play.

Frances eagerly pursues the part in Ricardo's play, and though she is virtually assured of the role, Ricardo asks her not [...]

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