• April

    Ginger Rogers publicity photo for Gold Diggers of 1933

  • Rob Martinez

    Ginger Rogers wearing her scandalous Coin Cape Costume from the movie "Gold Diggers of 1933".

  • S J

    Ginger Rogers Wearing Coin Cape Costume from the Film Gold Diggers of 1933.

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