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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SHE'S A PANIC! Wise-Cracking "Gold Diggers" Star in a new 1930 laugh riot!
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" The Life Of The Party " was the eighth most popular movie at the U.S. box office for 1930. See more
References Journey's End
One Robin Doesn't Make a Spring
Music by Frederick Loewe
Lyrics by Earle Crooker
Cut from the final print, but possibly played as background music See more