Gold Diggers of 1933
- Original title
Gold Diggers of 1933
- Running time
- 97 min.
- United States
Erwin S. Gelsey, James Seymour (Dialogues: David Boehm, Ben Markson. Play: Avery Hopwood)
Harry Warren (Lyrics: Al Dubin)
Sol Polito (B&W)
Warner Bros. Pictures
Musical | The Great Depression. Remake
- Synopsis / Plot
- Barney Hopkins is producing a new show on Broadway, but the day before it opens, the set and costumes are confiscated due to not paid bills. Everybody is sitting on the street and due to depression there is no possibility for the three chorus girls Carol, Trixie and Polly. But they hear rumors that Hopkins is producing a new show, they invite him and he promises to give them work - when he found a backer to produce it. He hears the tunes of the composer next door, Brad Roberts, Polly's friend. Brad joins them and agrees to back the show. On opening night he takes over for the juvenile lead, who suffers from lumbago. Roberts has been very publicity-shy, because he belongs to a wealthy upper class family from Boston. When his family notices what he is doing, his brother Lawrence and their attorney Peabody come to New York, to end his relationship with Polly. But he mistakes Carol for Polly, who does not correct his mistake. Lawrence decides to separate Polly from Brad by drawing her love on himself. But soon he realizes, that he is really in love with that chorus girl.
: Nominated for Oscar: Best Sound
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