Dancing Lady
Dancing Lady (1933)

A struggling dancer (Joan Crawford) is working in a burlesque house until a wealthy man (Franchot Tone) catches her act. He convinces the makers of the picture he is bankrolling to let her have a shot, despite the protests of its director… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: November 24, 1933
DVD Release Date: June 20, 2006
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Michael E. Grost
Classic Film and Television

Spectacular, stylized finale is big plus for backstage musical.

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Emanuel Levy
EmanuelLevy.Com

A quintessential Joan Crawford Depression-era backstage melodrama, in which she plays an ambitious showgirl torn between Franchot Tone and Gable.

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William Dunmyer
What an absolute delight. This little gem from 1933 has not gotten anywhere near the acclaim it deserves. If you're a fan of 1930s American cinema (and who… More
cody franklin
Gable as a Broadway Producer,Crawford and Astaire as dancers, and the 3 Stooges as stage hands...I'm in! Enjoyable Flix.
Aj V
A good cast, but an average story of dance and romance between show people and rich people. It wasn't all that interesting, but it's an okay movie.
Morgan Salem
I LOVE CLARK GABLE! He's such a CUTIE!!