Broadway song-pluggers Flo and Dot, besieged with admirers, are fired; disgusted with men, they decide to become gold-diggers. After a first success in "taking" fashion retailer LeMaire, they try the millionaires' playground of Havana, where mistaken identities bring their schemes to comic confusion.
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She wrote the first and last chapters in the book of whoopee! Here's your chance to make whoopee with her! (Print Ad- Daily Times, ((Beaver, Penna.)) 20 January 1931)
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Did You Know?
In the initial scene as Flo (Winnie Lightner
) sells sheet music, she begins to shout out the titles of the songs. The first one is "Singin' in the Bathtub" which Lightner introduced in "The Show of Shows," followed by songs from "The Gold Diggers of Broadway" in which she also appeared. See more
A black-and-white version of this originally Technicolor film is shown and distributed by Turner. See more
References The Silent Enemy
One Robin Doesn't Make a Spring
Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Earle Crooker
Cut from the final print, but possibly played as background music See more