Shall we dance?

United States, 1937

Film
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Shall we dance? is a lightweight, farcical, and quite delightful story about people who appear to have no serious problems or thoughts. Fred Astaire plays Petrov, a supposedly Russian ballet dancer, and Linda Keene plays a revue dancer. On the liner, “Queen Anne” - bound for New York from Le Havre, they are mistakenly believed to be husband and wife, and consequently many complications arise from this mistaken premise!

Credits

director

Mark Sandrich

producer

Pandro S. Berman

production company

RKO Radio Pictures

Language

English

Duration

01:49:00:00

Colour

Black and White

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