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Shall We Dance?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 15, 2003

    The best of the best!

    ''Shall We Dance'' is my personal favorite of the Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers films. It includes many wonderful numbers such as ''Slap That Bass'' Astaire's solo in a ship's art deco boiler room, ''Let's Call the Whole Thing Off'' danced by Astaire and Rogers on roller skates, and ''They All Laughed'' sung by Rogers and danced by she and Astaire. Astaire plays the Russian ballet's greatest dancing star, Petrov (a.k.a Peter P. Peters). He is being chased by a very persistant woman, and so tells his manager to get rid of her. The manager makes up a story about Peter being married to the celebrity Linda Keene (Rogers). After many mix-ups and much-unwanted publicity, Peter and Linda decide to actually get married so they can get a divorce and end the whole thing. The real trouble comes, though, when they fall in love. This movie is very funny, very enjoyable, and well worth the watching.

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