Entertainment ‘Rio,’ ‘Notorious,’ more Rio-themed films to watch during the Olympics By Daniel Bubbeo email@example.com Updated August 7, 2016 9:27 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Everyone loves the Olympics, but sometimes even just watching so much athleticism can be exhausting. If you need a break from the action, but still want to feel like you’re in Rio, here are some movies you can check out. FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933) Photo Credit: RKO Radio Pictures Dolores Del Rio and Gene Raymond were top-billed in this lavish musical, but it was co-stars Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers who danced off with the movie once they took the floor for “The Carioca.” NOTORIOUS (1946) Photo Credit: Everett Collection Alfred Hitchcock’s perfect marriage of suspense and romance involved Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman trying to catch a Nazi spy (Claude Rains) living in Rio. ROAD TO RIO (1947) Photo Credit: Getty Images Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour reteamed for one of their wackiest “Road” trips involved hypnotism, fortune hunters and a cavalry led by mustachioed comic Jerry Colonna. BLAME IT ON RIO (1984) Photo Credit: Twentieth Century Fox/Douglas Kirkland How does Michael Caine spend his summer vacation? By falling for his best friend’s much younger daughter in this “Lolita”-esque comedy. RIO (2011) Photo Credit: Twentieth Centurn Fox In this animated romp, a domesticated macaw from Minnesota meets the female macaw of his dreams, and these birds of a feather are soon Rio-bound in an effort to save their species. BLACK ORPHEUS (1959) Photo Credit: Lopert Pictures / Photofest This critically acclaimed foreign language film Oscar winner took the mythological tale of Orpheus and Eurydice and transplanted it from Greece to Rio during Carnival. By Daniel Bubbeo firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.