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Rich H

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  1. I’ve seen this movie before and the impression I remember of Powell’s Ziegfeld was that of a man who viewed money “as no object”, spending it beyond his means or borrowing with an almost reckless abandon. Maybe that’s the common big world reality of Broadway and Hollywood, that’s what it takes to produce lavish plays and movies. You’ve got to be willing to bet big and roll the dice to make it big or make something that’s bigger than life. I find it more interesting that this is set against the background of the Great Depression, and that’s what it took FDR to pull us out of it, massive gove
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