From Mexico via Hollywood comes a Technicolor treat too full of stars, romance, song and dance to keep under your hat. Largely filmed on location, Sombrero offers three love stories, different in tone and set against the background of two feuding villages as well as bustling Mexico City. A sly Columba cheesemaker (Ricardo Montalban) strums guitars, croons love ballads and dons disguises to woo the daughter (Pier Angeli) of Milpa Verde's mayor (Thomas Gomez). The seriously ill scion of a wealthy family (Vittorio Gassman), pledged to marry a grasping proper woman (Nina Foch), really loves the unjustly scandalized Maria of the River Road (Yvonne de Carlo). A handsome candymaker (film-debuting Rick Jason) catches the sweet tooth - and affections - of the gypsy sister (Cyd Charisse) of a famed matador (Jose Greco). Both Greco (fiery flamenco, of course) and Charisse (channeling her inner gypsy) go fantastically footloose in dynamic dance sequences.