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

In this film, 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 can no longer pursue their flamboyant lifestyle.… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: February 21, 1931
DVD 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