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The following day, the Brazilian press criticized her as "too Americanized". Another song, "Bananas Is My Business", was based on a line from one of her films and directly addressed her image. Upset by the criticism, Miranda did not return to Brazil for 14 years. Shamrock Hotel program and menu featuring Miranda, 26 February Her films were scrutinized by Latin American audiences for characterizing Central and South America in a culturally-homogenous way.
When Miranda's films reached Central and South American theaters, they were perceived as depicting Latin American cultures through the lens of American preconceptions. Some Latin Americans felt that their cultures were misrepresented, and felt that someone from their own region was misrepresenting them.
Down Argentine Way was criticized, with Argentines saying that it failed to depict Argentine culture. Its lyrics were allegedly replete with non-Argentine themes, and its sets were a fusion of Mexican, Cuban, and Brazilian culture.
The film was later banned in Argentina for "wrongfully portraying life in Buenos Aires". Reviewers noted that an import from Rio could not accurately portray a woman from Havana, and Miranda did not "dance anything Cuban". Critics said that Miranda's other films misrepresented Latin locales, assuming that Brazilian culture was a representation of Latin America.
After the studio's third effort to activate the "Latin hot blood", Fox was called "Hollywood's best good neighbor" by Bosley Crowther. The basic plot is splashed over with songs and dances and the mouthings and eye and hand work of Carmen Miranda, who sure would be up a tree if she ever had to sing in the dark". A special effect made her fruit-bedecked hat appear larger than possible.
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By then she was typecast as an exotic songstress, and under her studio contract she was obligated to make public appearances in her ever-more-outlandish film costumes. The Gang's All Here was one of 's 10 highest-grossing films and Fox's most expensive production of the year.
Berkeley has some sly notions under his busby. One or two of his dance spectacles seem to stem straight from Freud. The film was poorly received; according to the New York Times, "Technicolor is the picture's chief asset, but still worth a look for the presence of Carmen Miranda". Unfortunately for Carmen Miranda, the production doesn't do her justice, the overall effect is disappointing, but still she sparkles the picture whenever she appears.
Miranda's third film was Something for the Boysa musical comedy based on the Broadway musical with songs by Cole Porter and starring Ethel Merman.
The producer was Irving Starr, who oversaw the studio's second-string films. According to Time magazine, the film "turns out to have nothing very notable for anyone".
A monochrome Carmen Miranda reduced the box-office appeal of the backstage musical, Doll Facein which she was fourth on the bill. Miranda played Chita Chula, billed in the show-within-the-film as "the little lady from Brazil"—a cheerful comic sidekick to leading lady Doll Face Vivian Blaine with one musical number and little dialogue.
The innovation is not a success, but the fault is the director's not Carmen's. Miranda's ambition was to play a lead role showcasing her comic skills, which she set out to do in Copacabanaan independent production released by United Artists starring Groucho Marx. Their first single, "Cuanto La Gusta", was the most popular and reached number twelve on the Billboard chart. In the first production MGM wanted to portray a different image, allowing her to remove her turban and reveal her own hair styled by Sydney Guilaroff and makeup by Jack Dawn.
Miranda's wardrobe for the film substituted elegant dresses and hats designed by Helen Rose for "baiana" outfits. She was again fourth on the bill as Rosita Cochellas, a rumba teacher who first appears about 40 minutes into the film and has little dialogue. Despite MGM's efforts to change Miranda's persona, her roles in both productions were peripheral, watered-down caricatures relying on fractured English and over-the-top musical and dance numbers. Returning full-circle to her first Hollywood film, Down Argentine Wayshe had virtually no narrative function.
Miranda played Carmelita Castilha, a Brazilian showgirl on a cruise ship, with her costumes and performances bordering on self-parody. In Aprilshe began a four-month European tour. While performing in Cincinnati in October, Miranda collapsed from exhaustion; she was rushed to LeRoy Sanitarium by her husband, Dave Sebastian, and canceled four following performances. According to Bananas Is My BusinessMiranda's family blamed her troubled, abusive marriage for her nervous breakdown which forced her to return to Rio de Janeiro for four months to recuperate.
She returned to the US on 4 April Personal life[ edit ] Miranda and her husband, David Sebastian  Desiring creative freedom, Miranda decided to produce her own film in and played opposite Groucho Marx in Copacabana. The film's budget was divided into about ten investors' shares. Sebastian befriended her, and they began dating. Although the marriage was brief, Miranda who was Catholic did not want a divorce.
Her sister, Aurorasaid in the documentary Bananas is My Business: According to Durante, Miranda had complained of feeling unwell before filming; he offered to find her a replacement, but she declined. After completing "Jackson, Miranda, and Gomez", a song-and-dance number with Durante, she fell to one knee.
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Durante later said, "I thought she had slipped. She got up and said she was outa [sic] breath.
I told her I'll take her lines. But she goes ahead with 'em.
We finished work about 11 o'clock and she seemed happy. The singer took several cast members and some friends home with her for a small party. These cookies allow us, in conjunction with our partners, to analyze how the Services are accessed, used, or performing, and allow us to serve you with content, including advertising, tailored to your preferences or interests, as well as measure the effectiveness of that advertising. The technologies used by Google may collect information such as your IP address, time of visit, whether you are a return visitor, and any referring website.
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