- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 38 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: September 23, 2008
- Originally Released: 1952
- Label: Sony Pictures
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Dolby Digital 1.0 - English, French
- Subtitles - English, French - Optional
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Performers, Cast and Crew:
The Gilda pairing of Hayworth and Ford reunite for a steamy tropical tale. When a sexy cafe dancer's husband is murdered by an international spy, the local police ask her to snoop into the spy's affairs. But temperatures really rise when her brother-in-law arrives and they are drawn into the mystery and to each other. Academy Award Nominations: Best (Black-and-White) Costume Design.
Description by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment :
A murder investigation sparks a passionate affair between a dancer and her new found love. AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD reunites the screen-scorching team of Rita Hayworth and Glenn Ford in this romantic spy drama of international intrigue and sizzling sensuality. Hayworth stars as Chris Emery, a sexy, hip-grinding dancer who works in a Trinidad dive owned by her husband. When he's murdered by an international spy (Alexander Scourny), Chris' life is turned upside down, especially when the police draw herinto the investigation. When Glenn Ford, who plays her brother-in-law Steve, arrives in town the two are drawn deeper into the mystery and ultimately, into each other's arms. Fans of Rita Hayworth's dancing will find AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD a dream come true. Her very first scene includes a wild, uninhibited tropical dance to calypso music. Later in the picture, at a fashionable party, Rita suddenly steams things up with a sultry, sophisticated dance which devotees of hot rhythm will devour. The scenes between Ford and Hayworth are magical. The promise provided by the original movie poster, " She's back! With that man from Gilda!," proved to be all the original film audiences needed to make AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD a hit that even out-grossed Gilda at the box office by a million dollars.