Blue Skies

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Blue Skies ★★★ 1946

Former dancer turned radio personality Astaire flashes back to his friendship with singer Crosby and the gal (Caulfield) that came between them. Flimsy plot is just an ex cuse for some 20 Irving Berlin songs and Astaire's split-screen dance number, “Put tin' on the Ritz.” ♫All By Myself; Always; Any Bonds Today?; Blue Skies; A Couple of Song and Dance Men; Everybody Step; Getting Nowhere; Heat Wave; I'll See You in C-U-B-A. 104m/C VHS, DVD . Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Joan Caulfield, Billy DeWolfe, Olga San Juan, Frank Faylen; D: Stuart Heisler; W: Art hur Sheekman; C: Charles B(ryant) Lang Jr.

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