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Gold Diggers in Paris1938

Gold Diggers in Paris (1938)





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The last and least of Warner Bros.' Gold Diggers musicals, Gold Diggers in Paris at least has the novelty of a Gallic setting. The stars this time are Rudy Vallee, Rosemary Lane, and Warners musical perennial Hugh Herbert. There aren't really any "gold diggers" (i.e. young ladies on the prowl for rich husbands), merely a troupe of stranded nightclub chorines whom Vallee passes off as a ballet troupe in order to win an international prize. Busby Berkeley's choreography is far from his best, especially since he's dealing with real dancers this time instead of geometrically arranged nonmoving bodies. The one song of note is "The Latin Quarter," later put to excellent use in countless Bugs Bunny and Pepe Le Pew cartoons.

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Rudy Vallee
as Terry Moore
Rosemary Lane
as Kay Morrow
Hugh Herbert
as Maurice Giraud
Allen Jenkins
as Duke Dennis
Melville Cooper
as Pierre LeBrec
Mabel Todd
as Leticia
Fritz Feld
as Luis Leoni
Edward S. Brophy
as Mike Coogan
Curt Bois
as Padrinsky
Victor Kilian
as Gendarme
Armand Kaliz
as Stage Manager
Carole Landis
as Bit Part
Victor Moore
as J.J. Hobart
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