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Old 11-11-2011, 02:38 AM   #28
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this one is fun. same song, with a twist.


"Red Skelton and Betty Garret perform from Neptune's Daughter, mirroring the performance by Ricardo Montalban and Esther Williams just before this in the movie. Now the man is the reluctant object of persuasion.
Red Skelton is pretending to be a Spanish polo player in the movie (sic!) - hence the wierd accent.
This is the first time the song, written by Frank Loesser and performed at private Hollywood parties by he and his wife, was used in a movie - first by Montalban/Williams, then by Skepton/Garret."
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