Lupe Velez ("The Mexican Spitfire") plays Consuelo, a headstrong girl trying to reform her con man uncle, who is posing as a wealthy tourist in Hawaii. A local woman takes Consuelo under her wing and helps her get a job at the Blue Chip Cabaret. Using the name Lu, she sings, dances and does comedy impressions for the audience of enthusiastic sailors. They enter Lu in the Miss Honolulu contest, but her Uncle has also entered her as his high society niece Consuelo. In the meantime the Uncle is recognized from a previous swindle and he convinces local authorities that Lu is an international spy. Lupe sings and dances hula to the title song "Honolulu Lulu" and performs "That's the Kind of Work I Do".
Starring: Lupe Velez, Bruce Bennett, Leo Carrillo, Marjorie Gateson, Don Beddoe, Forrest Tucker, and Nina Campana
1941 - Black & White - 68 minutes
This movie has not been re-mastered or restored, so expect flickers and imperfections in the sound and picture quality due to the age of the original film.