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Roxie Hart(1942)

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  • Proof Of Ownership

    • GFF (Ginger Fan Forever)
    • 4/14/13

    As I understand it, the truly lovely and remarkably gifted Ms. Rogers often took exception to having her frequent partner, Mr. Astaire, referred to as her Svengali, and insisted that she was her own woman. She proved this beyond a shadow of a doubt in many of her films, but never more completely then she does in this one. The standard 'gag' is that "Ginger did everything Fred did, but backwards and in high heels." If there remain any doubts regarding her dancing skills, all one need do to permanently remove them is simply to witness the all-too-brief moments of her delightful little tap dance on an iron staircase. She is amazing, and will forever remain among the ranks of the finest dancers, actresses and comediennes we have ever had the privilege of enjoying. Thank you again, Ms. Rogers, for gracing our lives with your talents. P.S.: I still marvel at her 'Pig Latin' rendition of "We're In The Money" in "Gold Diggers Of 1933".

  • What a hoot!

    • Gibbs
    • 4/9/13

    This movie is a hoot! Fun to watch and snappy script. Watch for the courtoom judge and how he gets in the picture whenever he can. I wonder who would be cast if the movie was made today.

  • Underrated 40's Comedy

    • MissMantin
    • 10/15/09

    Roxie Hart is one of my favorite comedies! The snappy dialogue is delivered by perfectly cast comedy veterans. For zany, crazy, classic fun, Roxie Hart is hard to beat!

  • Roxie Hart (1942)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 10/1/09

    Short, fast paced and sweet, this non musical and original version of the hit "Chicago" is a fine film in it's own right. Ginger Rogers is wonderfully cast in the title role. Plenty of saucy dialogue, highly entertaining.

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