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Black & white.slow story.not alot of dancing
The best musical movie ever made!
A fun film, with amazing dancing and a great supporting cast!
4 Stars for the "Let's Face The Music and Dance" scene, alone.
Not a standout amongst their work, and feels like just another Astaire/Rogers musical.
Working-class Astaire/Rogers musical (he's a sailor, she's a singer); the subplot with Scott & Hilliard slows things up a bit. Songs include "Let Yourself Go," "I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket," and the classic "Let's Face the Music & Dance." Lucille Ball & Betty Grable have bit parts.
good fred n ginger musical
Another good addition to the red astaire ginger rogers films. It has a couple good catchy songs ( let yourself go) and a few forgetable ones (get thee behind me satin). This doesn't have the grand lavish formal scale like some of there movies, instead of the wealthy world travelers they normally play they are common people. Randolph Scott is probably the best looking of all the guys from this period. Harriet Hillard looks a lot like ginger rogers as her sister in this and very likable as the formerly plain and currently lonely school teacher.
Not the best of Fred & Ginger but still better than shall we dance !
Fred & Ginger are always fun to watch!