The Gay Divorcee

  • 1934
  • 1 HR 47 MIN
  • NR

One of the best examples of Depression-era musicals. After a brief twirl together in FLYING DOWN TO RIO, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers hooked up again, and so captivated filmgoers that this costarring vehicle would be only the first of many for cinema's most famous dance team. Modern gal Mimi Glossop (Rogers) wants a divorce, but to get it she must more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (3 Credits)
Dorothy Yost
Edward Kaufman
George Marion
Source (2 Credits)
Dwight Taylor
Producer (1 Credit)
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
David Abel
Editor (1 Credit)
Musical Composer (2 Credits)
Samuel Hoffenstein
Art Director (2 Credits)
Carroll Clark
Van Nest Polglase
Costumes (1 Credit)
Walter Plunkett
Special Effects (1 Credit)
Vernon L. Walker
Music Director (1 Credit)
Music/Lyrics Composer (2 Credits)
Con Conrad
Herb Magidson
Sound (1 Credit)
Carl Dreher
Choreography (2 Credits)

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