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Gold Diggers of 1935

Gold Diggers of 1935(1935)

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A news item in Daily Variety notes that Jack Grieves, a twenty-six year old dancer in the chorus, died on the set from acute indigestion. A news item in Hollywood Reporter notes that Rosita, formerly of the dance team Ramon and Rosita, applied for an injunction against Warner Bros. because although she did not appear in the film, she was billed as dancing with Ramon. According to modern sources, fifty-six pianos were used in "The Words Are in My Heart" number. To create their movement, stagehands dressed in black were under each piano. "Lullaby of Broadway" won the Academy Award for Best Song of the year. For more information on Warner Bros.' "Gold Diggers" films see the entry below for Gold Diggers of 1933.