The Argentine comedy Peluqueria de Senoras (Beauty Parlor) was adapted from a French one-act play. Despite the abundance of feminine pulchritude, the emphasis in the film is on comic actor Luis Sandrini, cast as a hairdresser who aspires to become a boxer. Through a fluke, he realizes his ambition, only to discover that he was happier curling hair than creaming opponents. Most of the humor in the film is directed at its "American" characters, all depicted as loud, avaricious stereotypes. Incidentally, the actress named June Marlowe who plays a predatory American tourist is not the same June Marlowe who portrayed Miss Crabtree in the old "Little Rascals" comedies.
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