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.

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Other Authors / Creators:Berman, Pandro S., 1905-1996.
Taylor, Dwight.
Scott, Allan, 1906-1995.
Sandrich, Mark, 1900-1945.
Astaire, Fred.
Rogers, Ginger, 1911-1995.
Horton, Edward Everett.
Berlin, Irving, 1888-1989.
Other Corporate Authors / Creators:RKO Radio Pictures.
Turner Entertainment Co.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Format: DVD
Language:English
Language notes:In English with English, French or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.
Imprint: [United States] : Turner Entertainment Co. ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2005]
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Summary: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.
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.
Item Description:Originally released as a motion picture in 1935.
Special features: Commentary by Ava Astaire McKenzie and film historian Larry Billman; new featurette "On top: inside the success of Top Hat"; comedy short "Watch the birdie" with Bob Hope; classic cartoon "Page Miss Glory"; theatrical trailer.
Physical Description:1 videodisc (100 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details:DVD, region 1, standard version; Dolby Digital mono; dual-layer format.
Audience:MPAA rating: Not rated.
Credits:Lyrics and music, Irving Berlin; photography, David Abel; editor, William Hamilton.
Cast:Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton, Helen Broderick, Erik Rhodes.
ISBN:0780639898
Author Notes:A dancer in American theater and film as well as an actress, Ginger Rogers began her career in vaudeville, which led to engagements in Broadway shows. She co-starred in George Gershwin's Girl Crazy (1930), and that role led to Hollywood contracts. Blessed with a comedic gift and the willingness to engage it, Rogers played opposite Fred Astaire, offsetting his sophisticated presentation while matching his dancing skill. Among the many films in which she starred are Gay Divorcee, Top Hat, Kitty Foyle, and Monkey Business. (Bowker Author Biography)