for some time, and I have found the best one: "Gold Diggers of 1933" What more could one ask for, chorus girls, Busby Berkeley, Ginger Rogers, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, and the hit songs "We're in the Money", "Petting in the Park", and "Remember my Forgotten Man". The girls show us the money: Chorus girls sing "We're in the Money" "We're in the Money" (by Harry Warren and Al Dubin) The long lost dollar has come back to the fold With silver you can turn your dreams to gold We're in the money We're in the money We've got a lot of what it takes to get along! We're in the money, the sky is sunny. Old Man Depression, you are through, you done us wrong! Ginger Rogers and the chorus girls line up The coin props are apparently based on the Charles Barber design used for United States silver coins from 1892 to 1916. Some of these coins would have still been in circulation in 1933. More details on this film and others on my website under "Coins in Movies".