Moon Over Miami is a delightful and filled with dancing, songs, action, beach scenes, and sweet-hearted romance this film will lift your spirits and make you laugh.
Two smart girls looking like a million and looking for a million.
In this vibrant film bursting with vivid technicolor, we witness the whimsical escapades of two sisters and their aunt as they masquerade as wealthy individuals in pursuit of millionaire suitors. Filled with amusing antics, cunning schemes, and, of course, extravagant gowns, the story unfolds with delightful charm and humor.
Witness their amusing attempts as they rent an upscale apartment to maintain appearances, marvel at their exquisite fashion choices, and observe their cunning and devious tactics in their quest to ensnare wealthy suitors. Don Ameche exudes charm, while Betty Grable captivates with her comedic flair as she sings and dances with infectious energy.
Experience the delightful tap-dancing sequences, resplendent in stunning gowns, and brace yourself for some over-the-top action as the characters engage in a small speedboat race through the picturesque Florida bayous!
It’s fascinating how Don Ameche’s charm and charisma transcended time, from his dashing presence in earlier films to his memorable roles in later ones like “Cocoon.” His versatility as an actor truly shines through, captivating audiences across generations.
The scenery is lovely, the music is fun and we all loved the happy ending!
Watch the trailer or get your copy on Amazon.
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