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Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance ★★★ 1937

And shall we ever! Seventh AstaireRogers pairing has a famous ballet dancer and a musicalcomedy star embark on a promotional romance and marriage, to boost their careers, only to find themselves truly falling in love. Score by the Gershwins includes memorable songs. Thin, lame plot—but that's okay. For fans of good singing and dancing, and especially of this immortal pair. ♫Slap That Bass; Beginner's Luck; Let's Call the Whole Thing Off; Walking the Dog; They All Laughed; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Shall We Dance. 116m/B VHS, DVD . Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore; D: Mark Sandrich; M: George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin.

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