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Off to Havana I Go

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Off to Havana I Go
SpanishA La Habana me voy
Directed byLuis Bayón Herrera
Written byCarlos A. Petit
Rodolfo Sciammarella
StarringBlanquita Amaro
Otto Sirgo
Edited byJosé Cardella
Music byRodolfo Sciammarella
Establecimientos Filmadores Argentinos (EFA)
CountriesCuba, Argentina

Off to Havana I Go (Spanish: A La Habana me voy), is a 1950 musical Argentine film directed by Luis Bayón Herrera and written by Carlos A. Petit and Rodolfo Sciammarella.[1] It stars Blanquita Amaro and Otto Sirgo.[2] It premiered on 28 June 1950.[3]



  1. ^ Lera, José María Caparrós; Pablos, Juan Eugenio Julio de Abajos de (2000). Estudios sobre el cine español del franquismo, 1941-1964. Fancy Ediciones. ISBN 978-84-95455-00-0. Retrieved 15 November 2011.
  2. ^ "A La Habana me voy" (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 February 2014.
  3. ^ a b c Vizcaíno, María Argelia. "Raquel y Rolando "Los Reyes del Mambo"". Retrieved 27 October 2019.

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