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Sailor Spike dates girls whose names he finds in an address book. Each girl has the same tatoo, placed there by another sailor Bill. When Spike meets Bill they become friends. In Calais Spike meets Goldie. Bill warns him against her, but Spike ignores the warning until he finds Bill's tatoo on Goldie as well.Written by
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Jean Harlow is my favorite actress of all time,if I could travel back in time and make a play for her I would, so it kills me to say Goldie (1931) Just isn't very good. And it's not her fault.
This is a remake of a much better movie called A Girl in Every Port (1928) staring Louise Brooks & Robert Armstrong. Sadly Goldie is Uneven and pumped full of forced comedy that just doesn't work. Jean & Spencer Tracy do their best but they are given a lesser version of a much better movie concept.
If you can find a copy (Like I did) the quality of the print shot off a film festival screen many years ago doesn't help the experience. But it still has value because Harlow & Tracy always gave their all,even in a lesser film.
Only for Jean Harlow or Spencer Tracy mega fans.
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