The Gold Diggers


The Gold Diggers

The Gold Diggers can refer to:

* "The Gold Diggers" (play), a 1919 play by Avery Hopwood, the source material for the 1923 film, as well as "Gold Diggers of Broadway" and "Gold Diggers of 1933"
*"The Gold Diggers" (1923 film), a Warner Bros. silent film
* "The Gold Diggers" (1983 film), a film directed by Sally Potter, starring Julie Christie
* "The Gold Diggers" (book), a 1954 book of poetry by Robert Creeley
* The Golddiggers, an all-girl singing and dancing troupe that appeared on "The Dean Martin Show"

ee also

* Gold digger
* "Gold Diggers of Broadway" (film), a 1929 Warner Bros. musical film, now lost, based on the Hopwood play
* "Gold Diggers of 1933", a 1933 Warner Bros. Busby Berkeley musical based on "Gold Diggers of Broadway", starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler
* "Gold Diggers of 1935", a 1935 Warner Bros. Busby Berkeley musical starring Dick Powell and Adolphe Menjou
* "Gold Diggers of 1937", a 1936 Warner Bros. Busby Berkeley musical starring Dick Powell, Joan Blondell and Victor Moore
* "Gold Diggers in Paris", a 1938 Warner Bros. Busby Berkeley musical, starring Rudy Vallee and Rosemary Lane
* "National Lampoon's Gold Diggers", a 2003 film


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