Socialite Elvira Kent suspects her husband of fooling around with other women. When he announces he can't join her on their scheduled ocean voyage, she hires a nightclub singer, Georgia Garrett, to pose as her on the cruise. Elvira stays at a hotel near home so she can spy on her husband. She's unaware, however, that her husband has hired a detective, Peter Virgil, to keep an eye on her at sea. Of course, Peter doesn't realize that Georgia is not Mrs. Kent...
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From the Atlantic to the Pacific no musical ever so terrific!
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Did You Know?
The cruise ship shown in the film is the S.S. America of the United States Lines. She entered service in 1940. In 1941 she was taken over by the U.S. Navy for use as a troop transport for WWII and renamed the U.S.S. West Point (AP-23). She was returned to passenger service in 1946 and served the United States Lines until 1964. Subsequently sold six times over the years, she ran aground and broke up off the Canary Islands while being towed from Greece to Thailand in 1994. See more
When Peter and Georgia are at the bar, a bartender sets down a bowl of potato chips near her. In the next longer shot, they are missing, but reappear in the following shot. See more
Rio hotel clerk
What if there IS blood shed in 314? We're going to do the whole third floor over anyhow.
The credits is opened by a businessman's hand and each credit has a different tropical and paradise scene. See more
Referenced in Homicide
She's a Latin from Manhattan
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung briefly by Doris Day
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