Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler only have eyes for each other in this tale of stage hopefuls battling a disapproving decency group. And all audience eyes are on the screen as Busby Berkeley reinvents filmmaking via a subway dream ('I Only Have Eyes For You'), a staggeringly kaleidoscopic arrangement of showgirls in black tights, as only Busby can do.

Year: 1934
Genre: Musicals
Country: USA
Director: Ray Enright
Starring: Joan Blondell, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, Zasu Pitts, Guy Kibbee
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Musical



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