Week-End in Havana (also known as A Week-End in Havana and That Week-End in Havana) is a 1941 20th Century Fox Technicolor musical film directed by Walter Lang. The movie stars Alice Faye and Carmen Miranda. It was the second of three pictures the two stars made together and the second Faye film to have a Latin-American theme, typical of Fox musicals of the early 1940s. Faye was pregnant during filming.
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In this musical, the cruise that salesgirl Nan Spencer (Alice Faye) worked so hard to pay for is cut tragically short when the ship is damaged. In recompense for the failed cruise, Nan is treated to a tour of Havana, guided by a shipping company officer, Jay Williams (John Payne). Once in Havana, Nan becomes the center of attention when both Jay and a local man (Cesar Romero) fall for her. This film features a number of songs, including "Tropical Magic," "Romance and Rhumba," and "A Weekend in Havana."
The Gayest...Fastest...FOUR STAR MUSICAL OF 1941!
Nan Spencer is on a boat bound for Havana which runs aground. The man sent to rescue her is engaged and she doesn't understand his disinterest. Gambler is interested, to the annoyance of his girlfriend.
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