DOWN ARGENTINE WAY (1940) - Don Ameche & Betty Grable - Produced by Harry Joe Brown - Directed by Irving Cummings - 20th Century-Fox - Publicity Still.

DOWN ARGENTINE WAY (1940) - Don Ameche & Betty Grable - Produced by Harry Joe Brown - Directed by Irving Cummings - 20th Century-Fox - Publicity Still.

Don Ameche - very classy. Love him in all of those movies with Carmen Miranda, like "That Night in Rio," "Moon Over Miami" and "Greenwich Village." (I don't think Carmen's in the last one.)

Don Ameche - very classy. Love him in all of those movies with Carmen Miranda, like "That Night in Rio," "Moon Over Miami" and "Greenwich Village." (I don't think Carmen's in the last one.)

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Don AMECHE (1908-1993) * AFI Top Actor nominee > IRISH connection: His mother, Barbara Etta Hertel, was of Scottish, Irish, and German ancestry. (His father, Felice Amici, was a bartender from Italy).

Don AMECHE (1908-1993) * AFI Top Actor nominee > IRISH connection: His mother, Barbara Etta Hertel, was of Scottish, Irish, and German ancestry. (His father, Felice Amici, was a bartender from Italy).

Don AMECHE (1908-1993) * AFI Top Actor nominee > Active 1935–93 > Born Dominic Felix Amici 31 May 1908 Wisconsin > Died 6 Dec 1993 (aged 85) Arizona, prostate cancer > Other: Comedian > Spouse: Honore Prendergast (1932–86, her death) > Children 6

Don AMECHE (1908-1993) * AFI Top Actor nominee > Active 1935–93 > Born Dominic Felix Amici 31 May 1908 Wisconsin > Died 6 Dec 1993 (aged 85) Arizona, prostate cancer > Other: Comedian > Spouse: Honore Prendergast (1932–86, her death) > Children 6

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Don Ameche (May 31, 1908 – December 6, 1993) was an American actor with a career spanning almost sixty years. After touring in vaudeville, he featured in many biographical films, including The Story of Alexander Graham Bell. He continued to appear on Broadway, as well as on radio and TV

Don Ameche (May 31, 1908 – December 6, 1993) was an American actor with a career spanning almost sixty years. After touring in vaudeville, he featured in many biographical films, including The Story of Alexander Graham Bell. He continued to appear on Broadway, as well as on radio and TV

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