Betty Grable and Don Ameche are members of two feuding upper-class families who meet while vacationing on the pampas and fall in love, in the frothy musical fiesta "Down Argentine Way" (1940). Features Carmen Miranda in her film debut and a dazzling dance number by the Nicholas Brothers. Songs include "Bambu Bambu," "Two Dreams Met," and more. Then, Betty and June Haver portray "The Dolly Sisters" (1945), who sing and dance their way through this breezy musical biodrama about the vaudeville duo who charmed America in the early 1900s. With John Payne, Frank Latimore. Songs include "I Can't Begin to Tell You," "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows." Then, an enchanting blend of comedy, drama, and music, "My Blue Heaven" (1950) stars Grable as a successful radio star who is about to make the leap to TV with her husband (Dan Dailey) when she miscarries. Uncertain if they will ever be able to conceive again, the couple experiences the ups and downs of adoption before fate intervenes to help them. With David Wayne, Mitzi Gaynor; songs include "My Blue Heaven," "Live Hard, Work Hard, Love Hard," "What a Man," and more. Four-disc set also includes "Moon Over Miami." 6 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English.