Dance, Fools, Dance
Dance, Fools, Dance (1931)

Joan Crawford and William Bakewell play the spoiled-rotten grown children of stockbroker William Holden. When Wall Street lays its famous egg in 1929, Crawford and Bakewell find that they can no longer pursue their flamboyant lifestyle (for… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: March 27, 1991
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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
Goatdog's Movies

A wonderful little film on its own, but it's also a handy little primer of early-1930s genre conventions.

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Emanuel Levy

Beaumont directed this preposterous MGM melodrama, starring Joan Crawford as a rich girl, just before Clark Gable became a star and thus could still play a gangsters

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Dennis Schwartz
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Briskly made pre-Code melodrama.

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jay nixon
Early Crawford vehicle is decent film with a tough outlook but Joan hadn't quite adapted fully from silents into sound and does a great deal of eye popping… More