In Broadway musical Call Me Mister. Betty married actor Larry Parks and starred in Hollywood along with Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly before being targeted for un-American activities. The success of Call Me Mister must have fueled the theory of some secret agenda Communist take-over. Main theme was the lack of respect in post-war American society against returning soldiers, blacks in particular. The major male performer was African-American (Lawrence Winters), expressing his point in a way directly triggering the imminent civil rights movement. This song was a tongue-in-cheek complaint against all these exotic South American rhythms dwarfing good old foxtrots and waltzes on dance floors all over the US of A.