Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance

DVD - 2005
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A ballet star (Astaire) and a musical revue sensation (Rogers) decide to wed and publicly divorce to quash persistent rumors of a secret marriage. Once tied, however, perhaps they shouldn't call the whole thing off.
Publisher: [United States] : Turner Home Entertainment ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, c2005
Edition: Standard version
ISBN: 9780780650749
Branch Call Number: DVD
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (109 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in


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Oct 14, 2016

GREAT 1937 musical romance film with Fred Astaire at 38 and Ginger Rogers at 26 acting/dancing up a storm in Gershwin Bros. score. This is the seventh of the 10 films they were paired in. The Let's Call the Whole Thing Off roller skating sequence is particularly good - as is Astaire's Slap That Bass engine room tapping.
The story line IS a bit whack, but the singing/dancing makes this 1937 film an excellent watch.

Sep 02, 2009

Although Top Hat is everyone's favorite, I prefer this one. Snappy dancing Fred is smitten with Ginger (of course!) and when he catches the same ocean liner their attraction leads to a budding romance and a rumor that just won't quit. Everyone thinks they are secretly married! Combine wonderful Gershwin music with a rollerskating number that willl leave the viewer breathless as much as it did the stars, you have the best that this dancing duo could ever do.


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