Goin' to Town (1935)
Movie InfoWhen wild, wealthy widow Cleo Borden (Mae West) sets her eyes on the refined Edward Carrington (Paul Cavanagh), she'll do just about anything to win his affection. With the help of a make-over and some lessons in ladylike behavior, Cleo manages to become a leading figure in high-class society, but will all her efforts catch Edward's attention? This film feature a number of songs, including "Now I'm a Lady," "My Heart at Thy Still Voice," and "Love Is Love in Any Woman's Heart."
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Goin' to Town managed to more-or-less play by the rules and still emerge as a good Mae West picture.
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