Gold Diggers of 1937 (1937)
Elderly Broadway producer Victor Moore, ready to stage his latest show, is unaware his partners lost all of his dough in the stock market and have taken out an insurance policy on his life! Can insurance salesman Dick Powell and ex-showgirl Joan Blondell save Moore from his murderous associates and still help the curtain rise?
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Like the other Gold Digger movies, this one also has a lot of funny moments, and I like that aspect of it. It's just the songs, which take up a lot of time, that aren't as great as the original. The original will always be the best of this series. Overall this movie is worth watching if you like Berkeley musicals, but otherwise not.More
God, I just can't believe I've seen all these. I liked this one okay, but it was the worst because the musical numbers seemed completely off topic from the rest of the dialogue. And the story was actually kind of funny, too - but when it was time for the Big Show circa all Busby Berkeley productions - I just didn't care.More
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