Road to Rio (1947) was a Musical - Comedy Film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and produced by Daniel Dare.
Academy Awards 1947 --- Ceremony Number 20 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Scoring||Robert Emmett Dolan||Nominated|
Road to Rio (1947)By 4 Star Film Fan on May 15, 2018 From 4 Star Films
My dad has been and forever will be a fountain of pop cultural knowledge. I learned the little I know from the best, the difference is, he lived through most of it. Still, I must admit, at times I didn’t believe some of these touchstones of yesteryear when I was a kid. How could anyone have ac... Read full article
A Caminho do Rio / Road to Rio (1947)By L? on Jul 15, 2015 From Critica Retro
A Caminho do Rio / Road to Rio (1947) O ano ? 1947. Desde 1944 Bing Crosby detinha o t?tulo de ator com maior sucesso de bilheteria. Em uma situa??o muito confort?vel, ele fez com seus parceiros Bob Hope e Dorothy Lamour o quinto dos sete filmes da s?rie “Road to...”, que misturav... Read full article
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Hot Lips Barton: [Dropping the painting] Whoops! Quack, quack!
Scat Sweeney: [Hastily leaving the room] Quack, quack, quack, quack!
Scat Sweeney: Swine!
Hot Lips Barton: Pig!
Scat Sweeney: That's the same as swine.
Hot Lips Barton: All right. Ham!
Hot Lips Barton: [Hanging off the high wire] Help! Help!
Hot Lips Barton: [Aside to camera] You know, this picture could end right here.
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Escaping from the hoods at the wedding by bursting through the crowd, Scat shouts "Come on Blanchard" and Hotlips replies "Block 'em Davis". The audience would have recognized the reference to Felix Blanchard and Glenn Davis, former Army star running backs. As team-mates from 1944 to 1946, they were referred to as "Mr. Inside" and "Mr. Outside." Blanchard had won the Heisman Trophy in 1945 and Davis in 1946, the year before the movie was released.
At 100 minutes, this is the longest of the seven "Road" pictures.
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