Glorifying the American Girl

1929, Musical, 1h 36m

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Eddie Cantor, Rudy Vallee and other Ziegfeld stars appear in the story of a struggling chorus girl (Mary Eaton).

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  • Nov 14, 2018
    Florenz Ziegfeld, THE Broadway impresario, reluctantly nods to upstart Hollywood (at the time) a little in this, as there is some snippet of a story stringing the acts together, but for the most part this is a peek at the tradition of vaudeville and the work that the old-timers had to do to pull off entertaining the old audiences (pre-internet, maybe even pre-radio!). The emphasis, as Flo would have it and as is stated in the title, is the loving (some might say lecherous) gaze on the female form, and not much else. Women's Lib never heard of Flo Ziegfeld and vice versa. Largely seen as a trip back in time for interested viewers.
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