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Moon Over Miami Original Trailer (1941)

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This is the theatrical trailer for the 1941 film Moon Over Miami, directed by Walter Lang and starring Betty Grable, Carole Landis, Charlotte Greenwood, Don Ameche, and Robert Cummings. In the film, Grable, Landis, and Greenwood play a trio of sisters from Texas who travel to Miami—”America’s most carefree haven of happiness”—in search of rich husbands.