If you go to you tube and see the comments given on this video there is one interesting comment I am posting it here:
toyrocketastronaut (13 hours ago):
Good God she was gorgeous!
I'd love to live back then. When men were men and women were women. I'd trade 2010 for 1946 in a second!
"When they had the earthquake - in San Francisco-back in 19`6
They said that old mother nature - was up to her old tricks.
That's the story that went around, but here's the real lowdown-
Put the blame on mame boys, put the blame on mame
One night she started to - shim and shake-
that brought on the `Frisco quake
So you can, Put the blame on mame boys,
put the blame on mame.
They once had a shootin' -up in the Klondike when they got Dan McGrew
Folks were puttin' the blame on - the lady known as Lew
that's the story that went around, but here's the real lowdown-
Put the blame on mame boys,
put the blame on mame
Mame did a dance called the Hichy-koo,
that's the thing that slew McGrew
So you can, Put the blame on mame boys
A Columbia Picture
Producer:Viginia Van Upp
Director: Charles Vidor
Screenplay: Marion Parsonnet, from adaptation by Jo Eisinger of an E. A. Ellington story
Rita Hayworth: Gilda
Glenn Ford: Johnny Farrell
George MacReady: Ballin Mundson
Joseph Calleia: Detective Obregon
Steven Geray: Uncle Pio
Songs: by Doris Fisher & Allan Roberts: "Amado Mio," "Put the Blame On Mame"
Miss Hayworth's song vocals: Anita Ellis
Dances staged by Jack Cole
Gowns by Jean Louis