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Fred Astaire dances on the ceiling in this 1951 Alan Jay Lerner musical for MGM, directed by Stanley Donen (Singin' in the Rain). The appealing story finds Astaire as part of a brother-and-sister act (along with Jane Powell) that travels to London at the time of Queen Elizabeth II's wedding. Astaire and Powell each find romances that threaten to break up the act, but that's mostly fun window dressing in a movie better known for some truly creative sequences made vivid by Donen, including Astaire's famous dance with a hat rack and his duet with Powell, "How Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You (When You Know I've Been a Liar All My Life)?" --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
A delightful romp for those who love classic Fred Astaire musicals. Wonderful dance sequences including the one where Fred dances along the walls and across the ceiling!Published 7 months ago by M. L. Quintin
Another great Fred Astaire movie, this one has a twist since he isn't dancing with Ginger. But he and Jane dance well together.Published 18 months ago by joyce siemens
Quel beau film du temps du cinéma Noir & Blanc. Beau numéro de danse de Monsieur Astaire de Mme PowellPublished on Aug. 8 2013 by Gilles Laplante
A brother-sister dance team go to England to perform at the time of Princess Elizabeth's wedding. Both siblings are devoted to the act and claim to have no interest in romance, but... Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2009 by Kona
The 2001 digitally remastered GoodTimes DVD if far superior in both picture and sound than this 2002 Alpha Video DVD. -- RoyPublished on Jan. 13 2004 by Roy Taghon
This movie would have been a complete failure if Fred Astaire hadn't starred in it. I found it to be exceptionally dull. Read morePublished on April 23 2003
If you love Astaire, you'll love this one!! His amazing dance on the walls and ceiling from the movie has become so famous that, across the years, it has overshadowed the very... Read morePublished on April 5 2003 by Gregory Nyman
I'll never understand why the major studios allow dinky little production companies to release their movies on below standard DVDs. Read morePublished on March 26 2003 by Jennifer M.
It's a very enjoyable Fred Astaire movie and has the dancing on the ceiling episode that is regarded as a movie milestone. Read morePublished on Jan. 27 2003 by Paul Phelps