Carmen Miranda Collection
The multi-talented Brazilian Bombshell beneath the fruit-covered hat, Carmen Miranda remains one of cinema's most beloved icons. In these five cherished musicals, which also boast many other Hollywood legends, Miranda performs some of her most memorable song-and-dance numbers.
The Gang's All Here
In this Busby Berkeley extravaganza, Miranda sparkles as Dorita, who's best pal's (Alice Faye) soldier boyfriend (James Ellison) nearly marries another woman - but not on Dorita's watch!
Miranda is a knockout as a singer/fortuneteller at a New York speakeasy in this musical triumph. When a young composer (Don Ameche) steals the heart of the club's headliner (Vivian Blaine), the club owner's steals his songs!
Something For The Boys
In this energetic musical comedy, three cousins (Miranda, Vivian Blaine and Phil Silvers) inherit a run-down plantation in Texas. Faced with daunting costs, they decide to put on a show!
Miranda dazzles in several production numbers, including "Chico Chico", in this rollicking musical based on a book by Gypsy Rose Lee, which also stars Vivian Blaine and Perry Como.
If I'm Lucky
This vivacious remake of Thanks A Million with an all-star cast feature Miranda favorite "Bet Your Bottom Dollar". When a singer (Perry Como) is tricked into becoming a political candidate, he warns voters of the fraud - to no avail!