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. Written by
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IT'S A KICK IN THE SHINS! You'll laugh till you cry At this glorious riot of fun!
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Did You Know?
The title credits on the present surviving version, as well as the anachronistically more modern music behind them, were designed in the 1950s for the television release. The original material and musical accompaniment begins with the first title card, "New York was originally purchased from the Indians..." See more
References The Song of the Flame
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by Ted Koehler
Played as background music during the first intertitle
Reprised as background music once more See more