One Night in the Tropics

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One Night in the Tropics is a 1940 film about complications with two lovers' upcoming marriage.

Directed by A. Edward Sutherland. Written by Charles Grayson, based on the 1914 novel, Love Insurance by Earl Derr Biggers.
Romance TO THE RHYTHM OF THE RHUMBA...in this magical musical of mirth!  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Abbott: Put that out. There's no smoking in here.
Costello: What makes you think I'm smokin'?
Abbott: You've got a cigar in your mouth!
Costello: I've got shoes on... don't mean I'm walkin'.

Costello: He's gonna make a wonderful husband.
Abbott: You don't even know what a husband is.
Costello: A husband is what's left of a sweetheart after the nerve has been killed.

Taglines[edit]

  • Romance TO THE RHYTHM OF THE RHUMBA...in this magical musical of mirth!
  • Jerome Kern's MIRTH & MELODY MAGICAL MUSICAL!
  • Abbott and Costello are at it again!
  • 6 Top Song Hits by Jerome Kern.

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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