Get your popcorn popped, your snuggies ready, and your bags packed (with your favorite Nicolita bikini of-course), to be transported to Havana in 1941.
Last night I took my trip to Havana 1941 via ‘Weekend in Havana’. I had so much fun watching this classic musical featuring one of my favorite performers, Carmen Miranda. The story line was cute, but my favorite part was checking out all of the amazing costumes and elaborate song and dance routines. It gave me a glimpse at what my parent’s Cuba might of actually looked like. I rented it via NET FLIX.
Week-End in Havana (1941)
About the film: When a cruise ship bound for Cuba crashes off the Florida coast, ship executive Jay Williams (John Payne) asks each passenger to sign a waiver that clears the liner of all responsibility. But when New York City shop girl Nan Spencer (Alice Faye) says no, it sets off a chain reaction of romance and rejection. Cesar Romero and Carmen Miranda co-star in this 1940s musical featuring the songs “Romance and Rhumba” and “Tropical Magic.”