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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Rogers, Ginger

42nd street
The movie musical that introduced the choreography of Busby Berkeley, 42nd Street also contains the classic plot involving a tyrannical director, egotistical leading lady and wide-eyed ingenue, all set to a standout musical score.
DVD 6358
Barkleys of Broadway
In their first film together in a decade, Fred and Ginger play a bickering show biz couple. Songs include "You'd be hard to replace" and "They can't take that away from me."
DVD 4452
Flying down to Rio
This film, containing the first of many Fred Astaire - Ginger Rogers partnerships, concerns a troupe of entertainers stranded in Rio. Songs include "The Carioca," "Orchids in the Moonlight," and the title song. Notable for a brilliantly photographed finale with chorus girls on the wings of flying airplanes, the movie was the musical that broke with the rather contrived Busby Berkeley production and moved toward a closer integration of musical and narrative elements. Astaire's dance numbers come not as interruptions but as extensions of the plot.
DVD 6766
Follow the fleet
All hands on deck! In the fifth of 10 Astaire/Rogers pairings, Fred trades his top hat for a sailor's cap, Randolph Scott gets the girl, Ginger gets a tap solo and viewers get the unending delight of seven sparkling Irving Berlin numbers.
DVD 4451
Gold diggers of 1933
Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler play two young hopefuls struggling to make it on Broadway. Even falling in love has its hardships, as Powell's high-brow Eastern family is determined to break them (and the show) up. More complications set in when his brother falls for Keeler's wise-cracking roommate.
DVD 4827
Leo McCarey's Once upon a honeymoon
Light comedy adventure about a charming journalist who saves a naive American woman from the clutches of her vicious Nazi husband.
DVD 8150
Monkey business
A chemist discovers a potent rejuvenation drug that restores youth but with some hilarious results.
DVD 308
Shall we dance
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.
DVD 4408
Swing time
Fred Astaire plays a gambler intent on raising $25,000 in New York in order to marry his fiance back home. Romantic complications occur when he meets dancing teacher, Ginger Rogers. Memorable songs include "The Way you look tonight".
DVD 4453
Top hat
Rogers and Astaire are caught up in a mistaken identity plot, in which Rogers assumes that Astaire is already married, and is alternatively charmed and repelled by his advances.
DVD 4454