Below these we have a film about the heart learning to beat truthfully, the purgings that take place inside and produce art with the capacity to move on the other side.
While the film stars Ruby Keeler and Dick Powell, on hand are also Joan Blondell, Warren William, Guy Kibbee and Aline MacMahon.
He writes some good songs, so good that he gets the invitation to write a whole musical show from producer Ned Sparks.
In fact, this film, as well as others of that era, served as an excuse for people that were facing a hard time making ends meet for escaping it all when watching a movie like this one.
The title makes the movie seem like it would be quirky, but it really isn't.
Also in that Remember My Forgotten Man finale that must have struck a resonant chord with the audience of 1933.
This adaptation was released in North America under the title Naughty Gold Diggers by Asian Media Rights on November 27, 2012.
A few limited gore and suspense scenes fail to hold attention.