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Royal Wedding/Belle of New Yor


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  • Actors: Fred Astaire, Jane Powell, Vera-Ellen, Peter Lawford, Sarah Churchill
  • Directors: Charles Walters, Stanley Donen
  • Writers: Alan Jay Lerner, C.M.S. McLellan, Chester Erskine, Irving Elinson, Robert O'Brien
  • Producers: Arthur Freed
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Original recording remastered, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: July 24 2007
  • Run Time: 174 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PAAK4Q
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #18,720 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Badgley TOP 500 REVIEWER on Feb. 2 2010
Format: DVD
This release by MGM of two early /50s films starring THE legendary man of dance Fred Astaire,offers up his two successively made projects;one good the other not so good.However both are in brilliant technicolour and quite pleasing to the eye.
Royal Wedding(released in Mar/51)stars Fred as Tom Bowen and Jane Powell as his sister Ellen.They are a popular sister and brother act with the sister being kind of a male magnet.When the two get a chance to take their show to the London stage,they jump at it.While in London Ellen succumbs to a little too much male extra circular actvitiy with an English Lord Brindale(Peter Lawford);much to the chagrin of her brother.However the love bug eventually strikes Tom too and he falls hard for one Miss Ashmond(Sarah Churchill).Their act is a smash on the London stage while the course of true love doesn't necessarily run smooth for either.When the day of the real Royal Wedding of the now Queen of England comes around Tom and Ellen,who are by now pretty much set to marry their love interests,decide it would be foolish to break up the act for marriage.They vow to remain single but when the royal couple leave the church they break down and both go running after their respective mates.The film ends with a pull-back shot of the now married foursome leaving the church.
Those that know anything about Astaire will immediately see how this film is loosely based on his own career with his first and best partner,his sister Adele.Adele fell for an English Lord that inevitably broke up the act in the early /30s.Royal Wedding I would give about 3 1/2 stars;a good picture but certainly not one of Astaires best.However there are more than enough moments in this film for him to shine,and shine he does.
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By joyce siemens on May 30 2014
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Another great Fred Astaire movie, this one has a twist since he isn't dancing with Ginger. But he and Jane dance well together.
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This release by MGM of two early /50s films starring THE legendary man of dance Fred Astaire,offers up his two successively made projects;one good the other not so good.However both are in brilliant technicolour and quite pleasing to the eye.
Royal Wedding(released in Mar/51)stars Fred as Tom Bowen and Jane Powell as his sister Ellen.They are a popular sister and brother act with the sister being kind of a male magnet.When the two get a chance to take their show to the London stage,they jump at it.While in London Ellen succumbs to a little too much male extra circular actvitiy with an English Lord Brindale(Peter Lawford);much to the chagrin of her brother.However the love bug eventually strikes Tom too and he falls hard for one Miss Ashmond(Sarah Churchill).Their act is a smash on the London stage while the course of true love doesn't necessarily run smooth for either.When the day of the real Royal Wedding of the now Queen of England comes around Tom and Ellen,who are by now pretty much set to marry their love interests,decide it would be foolish to break up the act for marriage.They vow to remain single but when the royal couple leave the church they break down and both go running after their respective mates.The film ends with a pull-back shot of the now married foursome leaving the church.
Those that know anything about Astaire will immediately see how this film is loosely based on his own career with his first and best partner,his sister Adele.Adele fell for an Englsih Lord that inevitably broke up the act in the early /30s.Royal Wedding I would give about 3 1/2 stars;a good picture but certainly not one of Astaires best.However there are more than enough moments in this film for him to shine,and shine he does.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Koppel on June 5 2003
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Fred Astaire and Jane Powell are a highly successful sibling dance team. They are given the chance to take their show to London at the same time as the Royal Wedding. Fred and Jane each meet prospective mates (Jane's is a Lord) and in typical musical fashion, they all make their commitments at the end.
This is a classic movie with excellent acting, singing, dancing and good humor. This is the movie that inspired the song "Dancing on the ceiling" and is also the one where Fred shows he can make any partner look good (even a hat stand). You even get to see Fred and Jane try to impress an audience on an ocean liner while the boat rocks uncontrollably in the rough seas; hilarious.
There are no special features on this DVD (I often find special features to be a waste), but that does not detract form being able to own this timeless classic
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The incomparable Fred Astaire and the talented Jane Powell team in this film about a bother/sister act (loosely biographical of Fred and Adele Astaire, Adele retiring from the act in 1932 to become Lady Charles Cavendish) requested to move their long-running show from New York to London during the time of the Royal Wedding. Sarah Churchill, Peter Lawford and Keenan Wynn co-star.

As always, Fred Astaire is at his best in the solo numbers he created, often with the assistance of "partner in crime" and close friend from the RKO days, choreographer Hermes Pan. The hat rack dance was an idea that originated with Pan, and he and Astaire had kicked it around for some time. Unfortunately, Pan was not on Royal Wedding to get the credit for it. The amazing "You're All the World to Me" number in which Fred dances on the walls and ceiling is breathtaking. I could watch it 100 times and never get tired of it. It was a very expensive number to shoot so whoever mentioned "low-budget feel" is perhaps a bit off the mark. Bethlehem Steel built the 360 degree rotating room set and there had to a large commutator to transform power to the lights as the room rotated (the lights, cameraman and everything else rotated with the room - except Fred). The costumes weren't breathtaking but they would have been out of context had they been, with perhaps one exception. Most of the scenes were not scenes from their show, and did not call for anything other than street wear, rehearsal clothes, or, once, evening wear for the show's London opening night.

Peter Lawford I can usually take or leave but he did a creditable job in this film as the Lord Jane's character would marry, and I liked him here better than in just about anything else he did that I have seen.
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