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Gold Diggers of 1933


Warren William, Joan Blondell, Aline MacMahon, Ruby Keeler View All


Mervyn LeRoy (Director), Erwin S. Gelsey (Screenplay), James Seymour (Screenplay) View All

Release: May 27th, 1933
Runtime: 1 hour, 37 minutes
Things get tough for Carol and her showgirl pals, Trixie and Polly, when the Great Depression kicks in and all the Broadway shows close down. Wealthy songwriter Brad saves the day by funding a new Depression-themed musical for the girls to star in, but when his stuffy high-society brother finds out and threatens to disown Brad, Carol and her gold-digging friends scheme to keep the show going, hooking a couple of millionaires along the way.
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"We're in the Money" featuring Ginger Rogers singing in Pig Latin, features the entire set and all the costumes covered in coins; "Pettin in the Park" is probably the first musical number I've ever seen in a musical that actually features changes in the weather and the season during the number; and The Shadow Waltz features glow in the dark violins.