Shall We Dance

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To keep musical-comedy star Linda Keene (Ginger Rogers) from retiring to marry, her manager Arthur Miller (Jerome Cowan), suggests to the press that she's already married to Petrov (Fred Astaire), the ballet dancer. The two ultimately decide to marry... read more
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To keep musical-comedy star Linda Keene (Ginger Rogers) from retiring to marry, her manager Arthur Miller (Jerome Cowan), suggests to the press that she's already married to Petrov (Fred Astaire), the ballet dancer. The two ultimately decide to marry so that they can have very public divorce and clear the air, but true love blossoms between them.

Original Release

04/29/1937

US Release

04/29/1937

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Cast

Fred Astaire Peter P. Peters aka Petrov / Pete Peters
Ginger Rogers Linda Keene
Edward Everett Horton Jeffrey Baird
Eric Blore Cecil Flintridge
Jerome Cowan Arthur Miller
Ketti Gallian Lady Tarrington / Denise Tarrington
William Brisbane Jim Montgomery
Harriet Hoctor Harriet Hoctor - Dancer / Dancer
Charles Coleman Central Park Policeman
Richard Tucker Mr. Russell - Attorney
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Mark Sandrich

Writers

Ernest Pagano, P.J. Wolfson, Lee Loeb, Harold Buchman, Anne Morrison Chapin, James Gow, Edmund H. North, Allan Scott

Cast

Fred Astaire Peter P. Peters aka Petrov / Pete Peters
Ginger Rogers Linda Keene
Edward Everett Horton Jeffrey Baird
Eric Blore Cecil Flintridge
Jerome Cowan Arthur Miller
Ketti Gallian Lady Tarrington / Denise Tarrington
William Brisbane Jim Montgomery
Harriet Hoctor Harriet Hoctor - Dancer / Dancer
Charles Coleman Central Park Policeman
Richard Tucker Mr. Russell - Attorney
Ben Alexander Evans - a Bandleader
Eddie Hall Man on Stairs with Blonde
Henry Mowbray Radio Officer
Norman Ainsley Ship's Bartender
Sherwood Bailey Newsboy
Matthew Boulton Ship's Officer
Harry Bowen Johnson - the Locksmith
Sidney Bracey First Steward
William Burgess New Jersey Justice of the Peace
Jean De Briac Show Producer

Producers

Editors

William Hamilton

1938 Oscar Best Music, Original Song Nominated
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