There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

Gold Diggers of 1933 is a pre-Code Warner Bros. musical film directed by Mervyn LeRoy with songs by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), staged and choreographed by Busby Berkeley . It stars Warren William , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler , and Dick Powell , and features Guy Kibbee , Ned Sparks and Ginger Rogers .

In 2003, Gold Diggers of 1933 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The "gold diggers" are four aspiring actresses: Polly ( Ruby Keeler ), an ingenue ; Carol ( Joan Blondell ), a torch singer ; Trixie ( Aline MacMahon ), a comedian; and Fay ( Ginger Rogers ), a glamour puss.

Gold Diggers of 1937 is a Warner Bros. movie musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley . The film stars Dick Powell and Joan Blondell , who were married at the time, with Glenda Farrell and Victor Moore .

The film features songs by the teams of Harold Arlen , E.Y. Harburg , Harry Warren and Al Dubin . It was based on the play "Sweet Mystery of Life" by Richard Maibaum , Michael Wallach and George Haight, which ran briefly on Broadway in 1935. [1] [2] Warren Duff wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Tom Warren , who was billed as "Screenplay constructor".

This is the fifth movie in Warner Bros.' series of "Gold Digger" films, following the now lost films The Gold Diggers (1923) and Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), as well as a remake of the earlier film Gold Diggers of 1933 (which was the first to feature Busby Berkeley's extravagant production numbers) and Gold Diggers of 1935 . [3] The film was followed by Gold Diggers in Paris (1938).

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Beth Easton : The other girls don't really like Jody. I don't know why. I mean, I like her. There's just something about her.

According to the credits, the story takes place in Oregon and is shot in British Columbia. When the girl stops a police car it has the Washington State Patrol emblem on the door.

There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

Gold Diggers of 1933 is a pre-Code Warner Bros. musical film directed by Mervyn LeRoy with songs by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), staged and choreographed by Busby Berkeley . It stars Warren William , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler , and Dick Powell , and features Guy Kibbee , Ned Sparks and Ginger Rogers .

In 2003, Gold Diggers of 1933 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The "gold diggers" are four aspiring actresses: Polly ( Ruby Keeler ), an ingenue ; Carol ( Joan Blondell ), a torch singer ; Trixie ( Aline MacMahon ), a comedian; and Fay ( Ginger Rogers ), a glamour puss.

Gold Diggers of 1937 is a Warner Bros. movie musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley . The film stars Dick Powell and Joan Blondell , who were married at the time, with Glenda Farrell and Victor Moore .

The film features songs by the teams of Harold Arlen , E.Y. Harburg , Harry Warren and Al Dubin . It was based on the play "Sweet Mystery of Life" by Richard Maibaum , Michael Wallach and George Haight, which ran briefly on Broadway in 1935. [1] [2] Warren Duff wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Tom Warren , who was billed as "Screenplay constructor".

This is the fifth movie in Warner Bros.' series of "Gold Digger" films, following the now lost films The Gold Diggers (1923) and Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), as well as a remake of the earlier film Gold Diggers of 1933 (which was the first to feature Busby Berkeley's extravagant production numbers) and Gold Diggers of 1935 . [3] The film was followed by Gold Diggers in Paris (1938).

There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

Gold Diggers of 1933 is a pre-Code Warner Bros. musical film directed by Mervyn LeRoy with songs by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), staged and choreographed by Busby Berkeley . It stars Warren William , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler , and Dick Powell , and features Guy Kibbee , Ned Sparks and Ginger Rogers .

In 2003, Gold Diggers of 1933 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The "gold diggers" are four aspiring actresses: Polly ( Ruby Keeler ), an ingenue ; Carol ( Joan Blondell ), a torch singer ; Trixie ( Aline MacMahon ), a comedian; and Fay ( Ginger Rogers ), a glamour puss.

Gold Diggers of 1937 is a Warner Bros. movie musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley . The film stars Dick Powell and Joan Blondell , who were married at the time, with Glenda Farrell and Victor Moore .

The film features songs by the teams of Harold Arlen , E.Y. Harburg , Harry Warren and Al Dubin . It was based on the play "Sweet Mystery of Life" by Richard Maibaum , Michael Wallach and George Haight, which ran briefly on Broadway in 1935. [1] [2] Warren Duff wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Tom Warren , who was billed as "Screenplay constructor".

This is the fifth movie in Warner Bros.' series of "Gold Digger" films, following the now lost films The Gold Diggers (1923) and Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), as well as a remake of the earlier film Gold Diggers of 1933 (which was the first to feature Busby Berkeley's extravagant production numbers) and Gold Diggers of 1935 . [3] The film was followed by Gold Diggers in Paris (1938).

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Shailene Woodley »
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Chester Kent struggles against time, romance, and a rival's spy to produce spectacular live "prologues" for movie houses.

There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

Gold Diggers of 1933 is a pre-Code Warner Bros. musical film directed by Mervyn LeRoy with songs by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), staged and choreographed by Busby Berkeley . It stars Warren William , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler , and Dick Powell , and features Guy Kibbee , Ned Sparks and Ginger Rogers .

In 2003, Gold Diggers of 1933 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The "gold diggers" are four aspiring actresses: Polly ( Ruby Keeler ), an ingenue ; Carol ( Joan Blondell ), a torch singer ; Trixie ( Aline MacMahon ), a comedian; and Fay ( Ginger Rogers ), a glamour puss.

There are two basic types of Gold Diggers out there; the women who don’t give a crap about you, and the women who give a teensy little bit about you. The first is only interested in herself and what she can acquire. The latter has more or less resigned herself to dating you because she thinks you’re the best she can do at this moment in time; she probably “likes you ok” but she will never love you.

Ideally, you want to avoid these chicks whenever possible. Unfortunately, these women are usually a peg or two above their respective men in terms of looks, so the guys are usually too busy thanking God for their good fortune to notice how frequently Jane needs a new pair of shoes. These 5 signs will tell whether or not she’s into you, or just your money. While there are certainly exceptions to every rule, and most actions are open to interpretation, they do serve as a general rule of thumb.

This is the Gold Diggers way of repaying you. It’s also her way of classically conditioning you: You have to pay before you can play. Depending on your financial status, this may be something as small as dinner in a moderately priced restaurant, or it may mean jewelry is required before she’ll drop her knickers. Either way, she’s your own personal call-girl, whether you realize it or not.

Gold Diggers of 1933 is a pre-Code Warner Bros. musical film directed by Mervyn LeRoy with songs by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), staged and choreographed by Busby Berkeley . It stars Warren William , Joan Blondell , Aline MacMahon , Ruby Keeler , and Dick Powell , and features Guy Kibbee , Ned Sparks and Ginger Rogers .

In 2003, Gold Diggers of 1933 was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

The "gold diggers" are four aspiring actresses: Polly ( Ruby Keeler ), an ingenue ; Carol ( Joan Blondell ), a torch singer ; Trixie ( Aline MacMahon ), a comedian; and Fay ( Ginger Rogers ), a glamour puss.

Gold Diggers of 1937 is a Warner Bros. movie musical directed by Lloyd Bacon with musical numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley . The film stars Dick Powell and Joan Blondell , who were married at the time, with Glenda Farrell and Victor Moore .

The film features songs by the teams of Harold Arlen , E.Y. Harburg , Harry Warren and Al Dubin . It was based on the play "Sweet Mystery of Life" by Richard Maibaum , Michael Wallach and George Haight, which ran briefly on Broadway in 1935. [1] [2] Warren Duff wrote the screenplay with the assistance of Tom Warren , who was billed as "Screenplay constructor".

This is the fifth movie in Warner Bros.' series of "Gold Digger" films, following the now lost films The Gold Diggers (1923) and Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929), as well as a remake of the earlier film Gold Diggers of 1933 (which was the first to feature Busby Berkeley's extravagant production numbers) and Gold Diggers of 1935 . [3] The film was followed by Gold Diggers in Paris (1938).

Красота по-американски (1999)
# 63 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Shailene Woodley »
# 61 on STARmeter

Chester Kent struggles against time, romance, and a rival's spy to produce spectacular live "prologues" for movie houses.

Christina Ricci revealed on "Watch what happens live" that she wished she had never stared in this film during a segment called "Never should Have."

Beth Easton : The other girls don't really like Jody. I don't know why. I mean, I like her. There's just something about her.

According to the credits, the story takes place in Oregon and is shot in British Columbia. When the girl stops a police car it has the Washington State Patrol emblem on the door.

Dateline: Hollywood, USA! The trailer for Gold Diggers of 1937 has silver screen fanatics in a positive frenzy as they flock to theaters to get their first glimpse of the next installment in Warner Bros.’ beloved franchise. And bad luck for MGM snobs: It looks the music, mischief, and merriment in this Warner Bros. holiday spectacular will finally put Gold Diggers on the same playing field as the Broadway Melody Cinematic Universe. Here’s everything we learned about the upcoming film from its trailer.

Warner Bros. seems to have crafted this trailer to send a single message: Gold Diggers fans, we hear you. The nostalgic tour of past Gold Diggers films— Gold Diggers of Broadway , Gold Diggers of 1933 , and even Busby Berkeley’s Gold Diggers of 1935 —will send a shiver up the spine of any would-be Digger, and it seems likely that Gold Diggers of 1937 will be jam-packed with Easter eggs and clues about where the series might go next. ( Maybe Gay Paree ?) But would it be too much to ask for a true fans–only nod to 1923’s The Gold Diggers ?

There were audible gasps throughout the glamorous Chinese Theatre in Hollywood when the announcer said, “with your old friends Dick Powell and Joan Blondell!” Not only was Blondell sorely missed in the Gold Diggers of 1935 , she and co-star Powell have gotten married since they shared the screen in Gold Diggers of 1933 . Did the real-life sweethearts bring a new realism to their love scenes in this, the most adult Gold Diggers film yet? Warner Bros. execs assure me they did!

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