A group of showgirls, Polly, Carol, and Trixie, live together and are excited that a new show will soon be put on. However, there isn't any money invested yet. Luckily, the handsome piano player next door, Brad, offers his services as a musician/songwriter and a small payment. He doesn't write a check, but instead shows up later to offer $15000 cash. That's a lot of money! He is being super secretive so it's easy to be suspicious of him.
At first, Trixie suspects he is a bank robber, but the truth is worse - he's from a conservative rich family. His older brother and the family lawyer waste no time in traveling to his house to tell him exactly what they think of cheap scandalous showgirls. The showgirls are quite insulted and decide to give them a run for their money. So, they prove they are not gold diggers by...being gold diggers??
Everything seems to end up well, seeing as how every character gets married. Also it shows you shouldn't judge people before you know them. Also, the song "Gold Digger" was written by Kanye West, and he later married one. Go figure.
The last scenes actually show bits of the musical they're performing. They have a violin number which seems especially "electric". The last number actually alludes to the depression and refers to the plight of homeless veterans. Well, I am so glad we don't have that problem anymore. This film was made 83 years ago, you'd think people would have come up with a solution by now. I will give this film a 9/10.