|Genres||Comedy Musical Romance|
|Writers||Ralph Block (story and adaptation)
Warren Duff (story and adaptation)
Julius J. Epstein (screen play) (as Julius Epstein)
Jerry Wald (screen play)
|Cast||Dolores del Rio Pat O'Brien Leo Carrillo Edward Everett Horton Glenda Farrell The De Marcos Phil Regan Wini Shaw Luis Alberni George Humbert Harry Holman Soledad Jiménez Herman Bing Florence Fair Judy Canova|
|Plot||Magazine editor Pat O'Brien givesMexican dancer Dolores Del Rio a bad write-up, and then becomes romantically involved. Lots of songs and Busby Berkeley numbers.... see In Caliente on IMDb|
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|Friends don't let friends marry golddiggers. So a pal (Edward Everett Horton) whisks Manhattan Madness critic Larry MacArthur (Pat O'Brien) 3,000 miles away from a husband-hunting honey to the sun, song and gaming of Agua Caliente. What neither gent knows is that performer Rita Gomez (Dolores del Rio) is there - and she'd love to get revenge for the unfair critical slam Larry gave her New York City tour. Silliness shines in In Caliente, a musical comedy whose Busby Berkeley numbers include the horses and hordes of Muchacha and the elegant The Lady in Red, a tune used often in Warner Bros. cartoons and rendered here in a way that's "perfectly photographed and really a thing of beauty" (Frank S. Nugent, The New York Times).|
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