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Fashions of 1934

Directed by William Dieterle, this early Warners musical posits William Powell as a con man and Bette Davis as a fashion designer—together, they conspire to take over Parisian haute couture. Busby Berkeley's musical staging isn't his most distinguished, although it includes one of his most extravagant efforts, “Spin a Little Web of Dreams.” Below par for the cycle, but the strange casting gives it some flavor.

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