Gold Diggers of 1937 (1937)





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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?
Classics , Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts , Romance
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As this series went along, it got weaker and weaker; only two things merit a mention: the song "With Plenty of Money and You" and the Busby Berkeley finale, "All's Fair In Love and War."

Michael Troudt
Michael Troudt

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.

Aj V
Aj V

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We can see by the end of the 30's the Gold Diggers had mined out all the nuggets and get left with a dry hole.. Even Joan Blondell and the evergreen Dick Powell can't save this lowball from fizzling. You'll be U.N.I.T.E.D. (U Need Insurance To Escape Death) in your opinion of needing to take out some after suffering through this yarn about enterprising young gentlemen and ladies financing a broadway show using Life insurance. There is the great Busby Berkeley spectacle of course but it's at the very end and isn't as clever as in the previous two films.

Eric Jenkins
Eric Jenkins

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