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Song 'n' Dance: Gold Diggers of 1933


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continues a season of musicals today starring Warren William Joan Blondell
With its racy dialogue, revealing costumes and stunning production numbers staged by Busby Berkeley , this Warner Bros' spectacular epitomised the Hollywood musical of the 30s. But against the show business background it also reflects the problems of the day - economic hardship and the unemployment of the Depression.
Based on a play by AVERY HOPWOOD Directed by MERVYN LEROY
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Unknown: Warren William
Unknown: Joan Blondell
Unknown: Busby Berkeley
Unknown: Erwin Gelsey
Play By: Avery Hopwood
Directed By: Mervyn Leroy
J Lawrence: Warren William
Carol: Joan Blondell
Trixie: Aline MacMahon
Polly: Ruby Keeler
Brad: Dick Powell
Peabody: Guy Kibbee
Barney: Ned Sparks
Fay: Ginger Rogers
Don: Clarence Nordstrom
Dance director: Robert Agnew
Eddie: Tammanyyoung
Messenger boy: Sterling Holloway
Clubman: Ferdinand Gottschalk

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Song 'n' Dance: Gold Diggers of 1933

BBC Two England, 20 January 1986 18.00

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