Go! Girl! Go! — Treinta y Cuatro
Joan Crawford in the racy MGM movie Dance, Fools, Dance, made in 1931, ahead of the Production Code being enacted. Although she had previously admonished colleagues not to have affairs with their leading men until they appeared in three films together, Crawford violated her own rule by hooking up with her Dance, Fools, Dance co-star Clark Gable, even though this was only their second movie. Afterward, she acknowledged she had to eat her own words, but said they tasted sweet.