Mexican Spitfire at Sea
|Mexican Spitfire at Sea|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Leslie Goodwins|
|Produced by||Cliff Reid|
|Screenplay by||Charles E. Roberts|
Charles 'Buddy' Rogers
|Music by||C. Bakaleinikoff|
|Edited by||Theron Warth|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
Mexican Spitfire at Sea is a 1942 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins and written by Charles E. Roberts and Jerome Cady. It is the sequel to the 1941 film The Mexican Spitfire's Baby. The film stars Lupe Vélez, Leon Errol, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, ZaSu Pitts, Elisabeth Risdon and Florence Bates. The film was released on March 13, 1942, by RKO Pictures.
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Carmelita Lindsay believes she's finally going away on a honeymoon. Her husband Dennis secretly intends to use this ocean voyage to sell advertising to the well-to-do Baldwins, with help from his Uncle Matt and Aunt Delia.
A quarrel results in Dennis being thrown out of his cabin by Carmelita and into one occupied by Fifi Russell, where the Baldwins spot him. Mistaken identities multiply thereafter, with Uncle Matt posing as a British lord and passenger Emily Pepper as his wife, "Lady Epping."
By the time the boat is about to dock, Carmelita has nearly ended up married to a man named George Skinner before an alarm is set off, sending passengers scurrying overboard.
- Lupe Vélez as Carmelita Lindsay
- Leon Errol as Uncle Matt Lindsay / Lord Basil Epping
- Charles 'Buddy' Rogers as Dennis Lindsay
- ZaSu Pitts as Miss Pepper
- Elisabeth Risdon as Aunt Della Lindsay
- Florence Bates as Mrs. Baldwin
- Marion Martin as Fifi Russell
- Lydia Bilbrook as Lady Ada Epping
- Eddie Dunn as Mr. George Skinner
- Harry Holman as Mr. Joshua Baldwin
- Marten Lamont as Purser
- "Mexican Spitfire at Sea (1942) - Overview - TCM.com". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved 14 September 2014.
- "Movie Review - Mexican Spitfire at Sea - At the Palace - NYTimes.com". Retrieved 14 September 2014.
- "Mexican Spitfire At Sea Trailer, Reviews and Schedule for Mexican Spitfire At Sea - TVGuide.com". TV Guide. Retrieved 14 September 2014.
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