On Your Toes (1939)

On Your Toes


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In this musical, a composer abandons vaudeville in favor of the legitimate stage. He soon finds himself entangle with a Russian ballet company that contains his old childhood lover, but when the troupe mistake him for a traitor trouble ensues. Perhaps the film is most notable for Balanchine's choreography of "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue." Songs include: "There's a Small Hotel," "Quiet Night," "On Your Toes," "Princess Zenobia Ballet."

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: George Abbott, Sig Herzig, Lorenz Hart, Richard Macaulay, Jerry Wald
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as Phil Dolan Jr.

as Vera Barnova

as Phil Dolan Sr.

as Sergei Alexandrovitc...

as Paddy Reilly

as Ivan Boultonoff

as Peggy Porterfield

as Mrs. Dolan

as Konstantin Morrisine

as Donald Henderson

as Phil as a boy

as Vera as a Girl

as Variety Club Manager

as Vaudeville Stage Man...

as Vera as a girl
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A pleasant musical featuring the dancer Zorina, one of the most beautiful and most sympathetic members of her craft.

Full Review… | January 18, 2013
The Nation

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