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Flying Down To Rio(1933) VHS
The credits in this breezy musical may list Dolores Del Rio first, but Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers steal the show in their first film together. The story involves the romance between bandleader-pilot Gene Raymond and singer Del Rio, with the standout sequences including Fred and Ginger doing the "Carioca" together and dozens of chorus girls dancing on the wings of airplanes "in midair." 89 min.

Dancing Lady(1933) VHS
Fast-paced, frothy musical comedy that set the tone for many of MGM's later works. Would-be Broadway star Joan Crawford is romanced by stage manager Clark Gable and playboy Franchot Tone, dances with Fred Astaire (his film debut), and even rehearses with Ted Healy and The Three Stooges. With Nelson Eddy, Robert Benchley. Truly something for everyone! 94 min.

The Gay Divorcee(1934) VHS
Cole Porter's Broadway hit became a perfect debut starring vehicle for dance legends-to-be Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, whose inevitable romance is sidetracked by a case of mistaken identity in an English seaside resort. With Betty Grable, Alice Brady. The score includes "Night and Day" and "The Continental," the first recipient of the Best Song Academy Award. 104 min.

Top Hat(1935) VHS
What is arguably the best of the Astaire-Rogers musicals features a classic Irving Berlin score, including "Cheek to Cheek" and "Isn't This a Lovely Day (To Be Caught in the Rain)?" Fred is an American dancer uprooted to London who falls for Ginger, an occupant at the same hotel. With Edward Everett Horton, Helen Broderick and Lucille Ball as a flower girl. 97 min.

Roberta(1935) VHS
The lively dancing of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers highlights this Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach musical, set in Paris and featuring Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott. Look for an unknown Lucille Ball in the fashion show sequence! Score includes "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and "Lovely to Look At." 105 min.

Swing Time(1935) VHS
Delightful musical stars Fred Astaire as a roguish gambler/dancer who is challenged by fiance Betty Furness' father to come up with $25,000 to prove he's worthy of her hand. But after he falls in love with dance instructor Ginger Rogers, Fred'll do anything to keep from coming up with the bucks. The Jerome Kern-Dorothy Fields score includes "The Way You Look Tonight," "A Fine Romance ." Also includes the original theatrical trailer. 103 min.

Follow The Fleet(1936) VHS
Fred Astaire's a gum-chewing sailor, Ginger Rogers' a dance hall hostess, and they dance together to some of Irving Berlin's best-loved songs, including "Let Yourself Go" and "We Saw the Sea." Co-stars Betty Grable, Randolph Scott; look quickly for Lucille Ball. 110 min.

A Damsel In Distress(1937) VHS
The dancing talents of Fred Astaire (with new partner Joan Fontaine alongside), a marvelous musical score by the Gershwins, and comic relief from Burns and Allen combine in this enchanting romantic treat about an American dancer finding a place in his heart for a sheltered British aristocrat while in London. Co-written by P.G. Wodehouse and directed by George Stevens; songs include "Sing of Spring." 101 min.

Shall We Dance(1937) VHS
Russian ballet dancer Fred Astaire and musical-comedy star Ginger Rogers, both in need of a boost in their sagging careers, step into a headline-grabbing romance cooked up by her manager...and it's anyone's guess what romantic twists will follow. The classic Gershwin score includes "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off," "They All Laughed" and "They Can't Take That Away from Me." 108 min.

Carefree(1938) VHS
Ginger Rogers walks into psychiatrist Fred Astaire's office to ask if she should marry her boyfriend, but before long the two are dancing out the door together. Fine Irving Berlin score includes "Change Partners" and "I Used to Be Color Blind." With Ralph Bellamy, Jack Carson. 83 min.

The Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle(1939) VHS
Fred and Ginger's last film together for RKO is a tuneful biography of the famous turn-of-the-century dance team. Wonderful dance numbers and a fine supporting cast, including Edna May Oliver and Walter Brennan, make this a fond farewell. Numbers include "Only When You're in My Arms," "Oh, You Beautiful Doll," "By the Beautiful Sea" and "Glow, Little Glow Worm." 93 min.

Second Chorus(1940) VHS
Trumpet-playing college students Fred Astaire and Burgess Meredith vie for a place in Artie Shaw's band and the attentions of Paulette Goddard in this breezy musical that features such tunes as "Would You Like to Be the Love of My Life?," "Poor Mr. Chisholm" and "I'm Yours." 84 min.

You Were Never Lovelier(1942) VHS
Fred Astaire reteams with Rita Hayworth for this top-notch musical comedy. He falls for the ravishing Rita after her father (Adolphe Menjou) fixes them up. Score includes "Dearly Beloved" and "I'm Old-Fashioned." 98 min.

The Sky's The Limit(1943) VHS
WWII pilot Fred Astaire falls for reporter Joan Leslie while he's on leave in this spry musical that features comedy relief from Robert Benchley, great dancing, and a score that includes "My Shining Hour" and "One for My Baby." 89 min.

Yolanda And The Thief(1945) VHS
Fred Astaire is an amiable wanderer and con artist who takes a naive young girl (Lucille Bremer) ``under his wing'' in this charming MGM musical by Vincente Minnelli. With Frank Morgan, Mildred Natwick; songs include ``Coffee Time.'' 108 min.

Blue Skies(1946) VHS
A musical extravaganza filled with classic Irving Berlin tunes and detailing a love triangle involving nightclub owner Bing Crosby, chorus girl Joan Caulfield and hoofer Fred Astaire. Follow their relationships over a quarter-century, and enjoy dandy dancing, glorious color and songs like "Puttin' on the Ritz," "You Keep Coming Back Like a Song" and "White Christmas." 104 min.

Easter Parade(1948) VHS
Fred Astaire and Judy Garland starring in their only movie together! After losing original partner Ann Miller, Astaire trains Garland and together they rise to stardom. The wonderful Irving Berlin score includes "Easter Parade," "A Couple of Swells," with Jules Munshin, Peter Lawford. 103 min.

The Barkleys Of Broadway(1949) VHS
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers' final screen pairing is also a deft spoof of their public image, as they portray a popular but endlessly bickering husband and wife dance team. Includes the reprise of "They Can't Take That Away from Me" and the "Shoes with Wings On" number. Oscar Levant co-stars. 109 min.

Let's Dance(1950) VHS
A Frank Loesser score and Fred Astaire's famed ``Piano Dance'' highlight this musical that teams Fred with Betty Hutton, an ex-showgirl who returns to the boards against the wishes of her society in-laws. With Lucille Watson, Roland Young. 112 min.

Three Little Words(1950) VHS
Another fine musical bio from MGM stars Fred Astaire and Red Skelton as songwriters Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby. Numbers include "Who's Sorry Now?," "I Wanna Be Loved by You," "Thinking of You" and the title tune. Vera-Ellen, Keenan Wynn, Debbie Reynolds co-star. 102 min.

Royal Wedding(1951) VHS
Fred Astaire and Jane Powell are a brother/sister dance team performing in England during Queen Elizabeth II's coronation and finding romance along the way. Includes the amazing sequence of Fred dancing on the walls and ceiling of his hotel room. 93 min.

The Belle Of New York(1952) VHS
Fun flight of fancy that features Fred Astaire as a turn-of-the-century playboy set on romancing mission girl Vera-Ellen. Delightful duets through the clouds above remain a highlight. Marjorie Main, Keenan Wynn, Alice Pearce co-star. Songs include "Oops," "I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man" and "Bachelor's Dinner Song." 82 min.

The Band Wagon(1953) VHS
A super MGM musical! It's a tune-filled tale about a has-been movie star who takes to Broadway to find a new career. Songs include "Dancing in the Dark," "Shine on Your Shoes," and "That's Entertainment." Stars Fred Astaire, Cyd Charisse, Jack Buchanan. 112 min.

Daddy Long Legs(1955) VHS
Lavish, dance-filled extravaganza starring Leslie Caron as a French orphan whose schooling is sponsored by an anonymous American millionaire, played by Fred Astaire. The millionaire's secretary persuades her boss to visit the girl, and romance soon blooms. Terry Moore, Thelma Ritter co-star; songs include "Something's Got to Give." 126 min.

Funny Face(1957) VHS
Fred Astaire is a fashion photographer, Audrey Hepburn the shy young girl he makes over into a top model in this lavish musical with a winning Gershwin score, including "He Loves and She Loves," "How Long Has This Been Going On?" and more. Co-stars Kay Thompson, Ruta Lee. 103 min.

Silk Stockings(1957) VHS
Paris is the setting for this lively musical remake of the classic comedy "Ninotchka," with movie producer Fred Astaire wooing Russian Communist Cyd Charisse away from the Party line and into his arms. Able support from Jules Munshin and Peter Lorre and a Cole Porter score that includes "Too Bad," "All of You" and the title tune add to the fun. 117 min.

Finian's Rainbow(1968) VHS
Fred Astaire plays codger Finian McLonergan, who thinks his magical pot-of-gold will grow and make him a millionaire until a real leprechaun, played by Tommy Steele, appears. Beautiful musical includes "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" "Look to the Rainbow." Petula Clark, Keenan Wynn, Al Freeman, Jr. co-star. 141 min.

The Fabulous Fred Astaire (1958) VHS
Classic TV variety special with the one and only Astaire and co-star Barrie Chase in a song-filled "dance bash." Add to this a "Person to Person" interview by Edward R. Murrow at Fred's home and you have a magical salute to a timeless star. NOTE: The print quality of this rare find is sometimes below our usual standards. 71 min.

Astaire & Rogers Collection, Vol. 1 VHS'll be in Heaven with this boxed collector's set that includes "Flying Down to Rio," "Follow the Fleet," "The Gay Divorcee," "Roberta" and "Top Hat."

Astaire & Rogers Collection, Vol. 2 VHS
Fred and Ginger trip the light fantastic together in this deluxe boxed set that features them in "The Barkleys of Broadway," "Carefree," "Shall We Dance," "The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle" and "Swing Time."

Another Evening With Fred Astaire (1959) VHS
This sequel to the 1958 TV special "An Evening with Fred Astaire" features the legendary entertainer dancing to "Night Train," performing a medley that includes "Puttin' on the Ritz," and more. Among Fred's guests are Barrie Chase, Ken Nordine, and The Jonah Jones Quartet, with choreography by Hermes Pan. 52 min.

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