Rosie and Marie are wisecracking Kansas City manicurists. Marie is an unabashed golddigger but Rosie would like to marry her gangster boyfriend Dynamite, who's given her an expensive ring. When she loses the ring, both friends have to flee Dynamite's wrath; their adventures include masquerading as girl scouts and taking an ocean voyage to Paris.
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Now they're digging gold in Paris! (Print Ad- Canajoharie Courier, ((Canajoharie, NY)) 24 October 1934)
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The film was completed three months before its release, but Warner Bros. decided to delay the release of the film until after the birth of Joan Blondell
's child. So that Blondell would not be off the screen for too long a period. See more
After Ashcraft tells Marie to get out of his room, she heads toward Rosie's room. Marie does a frantic knock on the door then tries the door handle but the door is locked. Since she wasn't aware that Dr. Sascha had locked Rosie's room; Marie should have first tried the door handle and upon discovering that it was locked then start banging on the door frantically. Glenda Farrell as the actor knowing that the door was locked caused the character to react prematurely thus leading to an error. See more
Do you want to live in a dump like this all your life? Look at your clothes. Look at 'em. You've never had more than two dresses to your name since I've known you. The best you can do is grab ten cent tips from guys who smoke nickel cigars. Ain't you got any ambition?
Sure. Maybe I'll marry Dynamite.
Over my corpus delicti!
The Girl at the Ironing Board
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin See more