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It's called DAMES for many gorgeous reasons, but reviewers past and present label this blissful musical romp GOLD DIGGERS OF 1934 because of its stars from the prior year's GOLD DIGGERS movie, its showbiz script and the glorious Busby Berkley razzmatazz. Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler again have eyes only for each other in this tale of stage hopefuls versus a disapproving decency group. All audience eyes are on the screen as Berkley reinvents filmmaking via a subway dream (I Only Have Eyes For You), a staggeringly kaleidoscopic arrangement of showgirls in black tights (Dames) and other bravura imaginings. It's geometry in motion and heavenly to watch again and again.
- New Featurette Busby Berkeley's Kaleidoscopic Eyes
- Vintage Featurettes And She Learned About Dames, Good Morning, Eve and Melody Master: Don Redman and His Orchestra
- Vintage Cartoons I Only Have Eyes for You and Those Beautiful Dames
- Audio-Only Bonus: Direct from Hollywood Radio Promo
- Theatrical Trailer
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Ce DVD est lisible sur un lecteur blu-ray région B/2 malgré son encodage zone 1 (USA/Canada).
Remastérisé (image et son) ! Indispensable aux cinéphiles collectionneur!