Gold Diggers Of 1935

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  • G
  • Genre(s): Musical Comedy
  • Release year: 1935
  • Running time: 95 min
OSCAR WINNER: Best Song - "Lullabye of Broadway" Dick Powell and Gloria Stuart star in Busby Berkeley's dazzling musical trifle Gold Diggers of 1935. It's New York City, 1935. In a world where the most important thing for a young woman is to... read more
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OSCAR WINNER: Best Song - "Lullabye of Broadway" Dick Powell and Gloria Stuart star in Busby Berkeley's dazzling musical trifle Gold Diggers of 1935. It's New York City, 1935. In a world where the most important thing for a young woman is to snare a rich husband, wealthy Matilda Prentiss (Alice Brady) is willing to back a Broadway musical to catapult her beautiful daughter, Ann (Stuart), to stardom so she can take her pick of wealthy financiers. Ann surprises everyone by falling in love with impoverished, charming, golden-voiced bellhop Dick Curtis (Powell). But, in the end, true love will win the day, and everyone will be wowed by some of the greatest musical numbers ever recorded on film. Featuring the Oscar-winning "Best Song" ("Lullaby of Broadway"), the star of the film, Gloria Stuart, would later become known to a younger generation of movie-goers as the elderly survivor at the center of of the story in 1999's epic, Titanic.

Original Release

03/15/1935

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Cast

Adolphe Menjou Nicolai Nicoleff
Dick Powell Dick Curtis
Glenda Farrell Betty Hawes
Gloria Stuart Ann Prentiss
Alice Brady Mrs. Prentiss
Hugh Herbert T. Mosley Thorpe
Frank McHugh Humbolt Prentiss
Frank McHugh
Joseph Cawthorn Schultz
Grant Mitchell Louis Lamson
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Busby Berkeley

Writers

Robert Lord, Manuel Seff, Peter Milne

Cast

Adolphe Menjou Nicolai Nicoleff
Dick Powell Dick Curtis
Glenda Farrell Betty Hawes
Gloria Stuart Ann Prentiss
Alice Brady Mrs. Prentiss
Hugh Herbert T. Mosley Thorpe
Frank McHugh Humbolt Prentiss
Frank McHugh
Joseph Cawthorn Schultz
Grant Mitchell Louis Lamson
Dorothy Dare Arline Davis
Wini Shaw Winny Shaw (as Winifred Shaw)
Monica Bannister Chorus Girl
Eleanor Bayley Chorus Girl
De Don Blunier Chorus Girl
Margaret Carthew Chorus Girl
Virginia Dabney Chorus Girl
Mary Dees Chorus Girl
Ruth Eddings Chorus Girl
June Glory Chorus Girl

Producers

Robert Lord Producer

Editors

George Amy

1936 Oscar Best Dance Direction Nominated
1936 Oscar Best Music, Original Song Won
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