Twentieth Century Fox released Blame It On Rio to theaters on February 17, 1984. Stanley Donen directed the film starring Michael Caine, Michelle Johnson, and Demi Moore.
‘Blame It On Rio’ Movie Summary
From the acclaimed golden years of Hollywood director of Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Singin in the Rain, Charade and Funny Face, maestro Stanley Donen, comes Blame it on Rio, the film that Vogue magazine called with glee, The Ultimate Naughtiness!
Long time friends married on the rocks Matthew and recent divorcee Victor are having irregular female trouble.
Matthew’s wife Karen is upset, but says nothing is wrong then announces she is off to another destination alone to think. While the boys go to Rio with their respective daughters Nicky and Jennifer.
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