Fred Astaire - (Movie Promo) Star Of The Month, Michael Feinstein
Acclaimed pianist and singer Michael Feinstein with this remembrance of TCM's December, 2013 Star Of The Month, Fred Astaire.
Gay Divorcee, The - (Original Trailer)
An Oscar for Best Song went to "The Continental" in the Astaire-Rogers musical The Gay Divorcee (1934).
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) The Continental
After an elaborate buildup, Fred Astaire as Guy and Ginger Rogers as Mimi, the title character, begin the big production number staged by Dave Gould, to the original song by Con Conrad and Herb Magidson, in the couples first top-billed feature from RKO, The Gay Divorceè, 1934.
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Night And Day
All of 51-minutes into the picture, Fred Astaire as Guy and Ginger Rogers as Mimi finally dance, introduced by his vocal on the already popular Cole Porter tune, their first number in their second film together, in The Gay Divorceè,, 1934.
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) A Third Party Might Spoil This
Sexier than their average meet-cute, American in England Mimi (Ginger Rogers) managing dotty aunt Hortense (Alice Brady), in trouble with Customs, when just-landed fellow Yank and entertainer Guy (Fred Astaire) happens by, in their first top-billed outing, The Gay Divorceè, 1934.
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Let's K-nock K-nees
Holy cow, that blonde is 17-year old Betty Grable, all-but soliciting inept American lawyer Egbert (Edward Everett Horton), at an English resort, cueing a novelty number to the song by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, plus a weak explanation for pal Fred Astaire, in The Gay Divorcee, 1934.
Gay Divorcee, The (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Let It Bother You
After a musical opening introducing the Mack Gordon and Harry Revel original song, pals Guy and Egbert (Fred Astaire, Edward Everett Horton) run into trouble at a Paris nightspot, Paul Porcasi the owner, in The Gay Divorceè, 1934, the first picture in which Astaire and Ginger Rogers shared top billing.