New York: A.L. Burt Company. Very Good+ in Very Good dj. (c.1932). Reprint. Hardcover. [quite a decent copy, light foxing to fore-edge, spine very slightly turned; jacket has a few tiny chips along top edge, minor soiling to rear panel, itsy-bitsy hole near right edge of front panel]. Gotta Dance!! The story of a child of the tenements, a born hoofer who "stepped and stamped her way through the night clubs and the burlesque wheel to Broadway glory," attracting all sorts of men along the way -- the vaudeville small-timer who discovered her, the hard-drinking tabloid newspaperman, the theatrical impresario, the millionaire playboy. Basis for the 1933 MGM film starring Joan Crawford, notable for the film debut of both Fred Astaire and early film appearances by both Nelson Eddy and the Three Stooges! (Not as a team -- but what an act that would have made, eh?) . (Inventory #: 21610)
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