You Won't Believe Your Eyes!
Ruby Keeler taps, Dick Powell croons, Ginger Rogers quips, and musicals are back on the cinematic map as Berkeley imaginatively sages the title tune, Shuffle Off to Buffalo and more.
Gold Diggers Of 1933
Get out, Depression: Ginger Rogers sings/"ingsays" We're In The Money!
Joan Blondell and dougboys Remember My Forgotten Man.
Plus Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell reteam.
James Cagney's troupers roar through Chicago to stage same-night shows in different venues. Highlights: Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler meet By A Waterfall, Cagney seeks Shanghai Lil.
I Only Have Eyes For You. And the screen. Berkeley's bravura creations include a subway dream and a motion-mosaic of a showgirl finale. With Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler.
Gold Diggers Of 1935
It's summer at the hotel-let's put on a show! What a show it is as Berkeley tops himself with his Lullaby of Broadway masterwork (1935's Academy Award winning Best Song) about the life and death of a neon-night cutie.