Moon Over Miami is among the greatest of all musicals, although bone-heads like Leonard Maltin seems to think only MGM could make a musical. Everything from the great gowns, the dance numbers, the cast make this a must-have for any movie collector. From the opening song and dance number at Texas Tommy's Drive-In, where Betty and Carole Landis wiggle and jiggle to the great Congo to a Nursery Rhyme number with Betty ravishing in a white gown and silver slippers, you're carried along through this snappy, World War II era fantasy where the only thing gorgeous gals want to do is find Mr. Millionaire (but then times haven't changed that much!)Betty is especially vibrant in a gray suit, trimmed in fur for the start of her Miami stay, and in her final gown--spattered with flowers in multi-hued colors. This is the perfect movie for anyone wondering why Betty Grable was among the Top Ten Box Office Stars for l0 straight years. She's vibrant, warm, gorgeous--everybody's female buddy and best friend. The ravishing color photography is hallucinatory: jades and cobalts and crimson hues like you've never seen, set against a dream-like Miami backdrop.