The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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a mixed bag. It suffers from too much going on in the story.
Spectacular, stylized finale is big plus for backstage musical.
A quintessential Joan Crawford Depression-era backstage melodrama, in which she plays an ambitious showgirl torn between Franchot Tone and Gable.
What an absolute delight. This little gem from 1933 has not gotten anywhere near the acclaim it deserves. If you're a fan of 1930s American cinema (and who isn't?), you have to put "Dancing Lady" on your list. I enjoyed every second of it. I'd even go so far as to say it's my new favorite early-30s movie.
A good cast, but an average story of dance and romance between show people and rich people. It wasn't all that interesting, but it's an okay movie.
I LOVE CLARK GABLE! He's such a CUTIE!!
Gable as a Broadway Producer,Crawford and Astaire as dancers, and the 3 Stooges as stage hands...I'm in! Enjoyable Flix.
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