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"Affair in Trinidad" is a 1952 film noir produced by Hayworth's Beckworth Corporation, released by Columbia Pictures, and starring Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford. It is notable as Hayworth's "comeback" film after four years away from Columbia, as a re-teaming of the Gilda co-stars, and for a fiery opening number danced barefoot by Hayworth to calypso music. Hayworth's singing voice is dubbed by Jo Ann Greer, who later also sang for her in Miss Sadie Thompson and Pal Joey. The film's gross take at the box office exceeded Gilda's by one million dollars.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Vincent Sherman
- producer: Rita Hayworth
- art direction by Walter Holscher
- written by James Gunn
- cinematography by Joseph Walker
- music by George Duning
- costume design by Jean Louis
- set decoration by William Kiernan
- genres: Film noir, Crime Thriller, Mystery, Thriller, Glamorized Spy Film, Spy film, Drama
- released on (62 years ago)
- award: - Academy Award for Best Costume Design, Black-and-White nomination for Jean Louis
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A Dictionary of Film Studies (2012)
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The John Updike Encyclopedia (2000)
by Jack De Bellis
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