Go Into Your Dance (1935)





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In this backstage musical, Al Jolson plays an irresponsible performer whose unprofessional antics incur the wrath of Actor's Equity. Suspended from the stage, Jolson spends all his money on gambling, but is "cured" after his wife is wounded when Jolson shoots it out with a rival.
Drama , Musical & Performing Arts , Mystery & Suspense
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Al Jolson
as Al Howard
Ruby Keeler
as Dorothy 'Dot' Wayne
Helen Morgan
as Luana Wells
Glenda Farrell
as Molly Howard, aka Lucille Thompson
Barton MacLane
as Duke Hutchinson
Sharon Lynne
as Nellie Leahy
Benny Rubin
as Himself
Phil Regan
as Eddie Rio
Joyce Compton
as Show Girl
Akim Tamiroff
as Mexican
Joseph Crehan
as Jackson
Russell Hicks
as Sam, Producer
Edward Keane
as Producer
Milt Kibbee
as Waiter
Arthur Treacher
as Englishman on Train
Milton Kibbee
as Waiter
Ward Bond
as Herman Leahy
Harry Warren
as Himself (composer) (uncredited)
Al Dubin
as Himself (lyricst) (uncredited)
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Forget the melodramatic plot and enjoy the music: Jolson sings "A Quarter to Nine" and "A Latin from Manhattan," and Helen Morgan shines while singing ""The Little Things You Used to Do." Jolson and Keeler's only starring film together (they were married in real life).

Michael Troudt
Michael Troudt

Decent musical/comedy/drama, nothing extraordinary however. Good cast, but the supporting cast overshadows stars Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler. Glenda Farrell, Barton MacLaine, Akim Tamiroff, Helen Morgan and especially Patsy Kelly are terrific. It has good tunes, reasonably good musical numbers and a fun story. Light and entertaining.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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