Goldie (1931) Movie Poster
|Directed by||Benjamin Stoloff|
|Produced by||William Fox|
|Written by||Paul Perez
|Music by||R.H. Bassett
|Edited by||Alex Troffey|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
|June 28, 1931|
Goldie is a 1931 black-and-white romantic comedy film. The script was written by Paul Perez and Gene Towne, and directed by Benjamin Stoloff. It was made before the Hays Code was rigidly enforced. It is a remake of Howard Hawks' 1928 silent film A Girl in Every Port.
In every port, sailor Bill, Spencer Tracy, meets girls, who sailor Spike, Warren Hymer, has already met, and talked into getting his signature tattoo. When Bill and Spike finally meet, they become friends. Then, they meet Carny high diver, Goldie, Jean Harlow.
- Spencer Tracy as Bill
- Warren Hymer as Spike
- Jean Harlow as Goldie
- George Raft as a pickpocket (uncredited)
- Everett Aaker, The Films of George Raft, McFarland & Company, 2013 p 17
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