Dancing Lady - (Re-issue Trailer)
Joan Crawford loves Clark Gable but sings and dances with Fred Astaire in Dancing Lady (1933) with a guest appearance by the Three Stooges.
Dancing Lady (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Gone Hollywood
MGM at play here, Broadway director Patch (Clark Gable) griping with aide Steve (Ted Healy), then chased by aspiring dancer Janie (Joan Crawford), who later commiserates with her would-be sugar-daddy Tod (Franchot Tone, Crawford's husband), in Dancing Lady, 1933.
Dancing Lady (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Pretty Ambitious
A vignette at the gym which would not resemble a modern Hollywood star-fitness regime, dancer Janie (Joan Crawford) really was not planning to ambush her new tough-guy director "Patch," (Clark Gable), who begins warming to her, in MGM's Dancing Lady, 1933.
Dancing Lady (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Get A Load Of Park Avenue
In a Broadway burlesque theater, affluent Tod (Franchot Tone) and pals catch the act featuring Rosette (Winnie Lightner, song by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed), Janie (Joan Crawford, then Mrs. Tone) among her hotties, then a raid, opening Dancing Lady, 1933, co-starring Clark Gable.
Dancing Lady (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Stick Her In The Front Line
The younger Three Stooges (Larry Fine on piano, Moe and Shemp "Curly" Howard) are the rehearsal band, their cohort Ted Healy is fixer "Steve," who decides Janie (Joan Crawford) deserves a look from director Patch (Clark Gable), whom she's been pestering already, in Dancing Lady, 1933.