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Let Yourself Go lyrics

Let Yourself Go song lyrics by Irving Berlin, Performed by Ginger Rogers in Follow the Fleet
Let Yourself Go song lyrics by Irving Berlin, Performed by Ginger Rogers in Follow the Fleet As you listen to the band don’t you get a bubble?As you listen to them play don’t you get a glow?If you step out on the floorYou’ll forget your troubleIf you go into...
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Follow the Fleet

Editorial review of Follow the Fleet (1936) starring Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Randolph Scott, Harriet Hilliard courtesy of Amazon.com Of the nine films Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers completed for RKO Pictures, Follow the Fleet falls short of the top echelon. Coming between series peaks Top Hat and Swing Time, Fleet repeats the mistake (ala Flying Down...
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Roxie Hart

Roxie Hart (1942), starring Ginger Rogers, Adolphe Menjou, George Chandler Synopsis of Roxie Hart After her husband shoots a burglar in their apartment, Roxie Hart (Ginger Rogers) is talked into pretending she did it by a newsman and a theatrical agent who promise to sign her for a vaudeville tour....
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Vivacious Lady

Vivacious Lady (1938), starring Jimmy Stewart, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, Beulah Bondi, Frances Mercer Synopsis of Vivacious Lady Vivacious Lady – A young botany professor impulsively marries a free-spirited nightclub singer while on a visit to New York, and then the couple try to keep their union secret, with embarrassing results.
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Black Widow (1954)

Black Widow (1954) starring Van Helfin, Ginger Rogers Synopsis In Black Widow, an aspiring young writer is found dead …. In a Broadway producer’s apartment.  Is the Broadway producer helping her guilty?
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I’ll Be Seeing You

I’ll Be Seeing You (1944) starring Joseph Cotten, Ginger Rogers, Shirley Temple In short, I‘ll Be Seeing You is a wonderful film.  It’s set towards the end of World War II. A veteran (played very well by Joseph Cotten) is suffering from what we would now call PTSD. ...
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Star of Midnight

review of Star of Midnight (1935) starring William Powell and Ginger Rogers Movie review of Star of Midnight starring William Powell and Ginger Rogers, two of my favorite actors. In a murder mystery in the style of Powell’s famous “Thin Man” series. Very funny, very enjoyable, and strongly...
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