Sherwood Nash is a swindler who bootlegs Paris fashions for sale at cut-rate prices. His assistant Lynn poses as An American interested in a dress and Snap conceals a camera in his cane. When they try to steal the latest Baroque designs hidden cameras capture them. Threat and counterthreat lead to the suggestion of putting on a legitimate show.
Ed Stephan <email@example.com>
A GREAT LAUGH STORY DRESSED LIKE A MILLION! (Print Ad- Kyle News, ((Kyle, Texas)) 2 March 1934)
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Two things are notable: the only time the studio glamorized Bette Davis (she hated it) and a stupendous Busby Berkeley number where women's belly-buttons are prominently featured (under the code they would disappear for almost 25 years). See more
After the trio leaves the Bouquinistes (book sellers) along the Seine, the matte background previously showing Notre Dame Cathedral is no longer there. See more
Ostrich Feather Customer at Maison Elegance
Oh, they're beautiful. Tell me, does it hurt the ostrich when they're plucked?
Madame, our patented plucking process is practically painless.
Featured in Women He's Undressed
Spin a Little Web of Dreams
Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Irving Kahal
("Broken Melody" is part of this song)
Played during the opening credits, at the end and often in the score
Sung by Verree Teasdale
and chorus in the Paris revue
Sung and danced by chorus girls during the large production number See more