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Ivan D'souza over 6 years ago
Some wonderful old stlye dance steps on display. Comic timing and the romance good too. :)
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
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Egypt Dixon 7 years ago
Kat Forsyth over 7 years ago
Hans Dovenspike over 7 years ago
Swing Time is a 1936 RKO musical comedy film set mainly in New York City and stars Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Helen Broderick, Victor Moore, Eric Blore and Georges Metaxa, with music by Jerome Kern and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. The film was directed by George Stevens. Swing Time is considered by Croce, Mueller and Hyam to be Astaire and Rogers' best dance musical, featuring four dance routines that are each regarded as masterpieces of their kind. "Never Gonna Dance" is often singled out as the partnership's and collaborator Hermes Pan's most profound achievement in filmed dance, while "The Way You Look Tonight" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and went on to become Astaire's most successful hit record, scoring first place in the U.S. charts in 1936. Kern's score, the second of three he composed specially for Astaire, contains three of his most memorable songs. But while it is considered to be one of Astaire and Rogers' greatest films, the film's plot has been criticized...
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