Dancing Lady (1933)

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An attractive dancer is rescued from jail by a rich man, who helps her to have her first big opportunity at a musical play on Broadway.


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  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Dancing Lady (1933)
  • "The Dancing Lady" Fred Astaire and Joan Crawford MGM, 1933
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Dancing Lady (1933)
  • Clark Gable and Joan Crawford in Dancing Lady (1933)
  • "The Dancing Lady" Clark Gable MGM, 1933

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Trivia

When Franchot Tone reads the program for the play, the cast listed therein includes the real names of all the performers except Joan Crawford, whose character name is listed. Even the chorus girls are listed by their real names.


Quotes

Girl with Tod: I don't like the looks of this place Todd.
Tod Newton: Ah, come on. You'll get a lot of laughs.


Goofs

While chasing Patch, Janie is splashed by mud from a passing car; when she hops out of a cab minutes later, her shoes and stockings are clean.

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Musical | Romance

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