Can you identify which movie is NOT a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers classic?

They have the fanciest feet, but do you have the sharpest eyes?

Between 1933 and 1950, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers danced their way onto screens (and into hearts) across the nation. One of the most iconic duos of Hollywood history, Fred and Ginger go together like salt and pepper, like peanut butter and jelly, like... The list goes on and on. With impeccable dancing and an endlessly supply of charm, this duo set the bar high for the generations of dancers that followed in their footsteps.

It's time to put on your tap shoes and show off your steps – er – smarts! Can you spot which of these movies is NOT a Fred and Ginger classic? Good luck!
  1. Which movie is NOT a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers classic?
Can you identify which movie is NOT a Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers classic?

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VenturaCapitalist 19 days ago
Got it.
It's surprising how many classic standards by Cole Porter, Jerome Kern, etc. were written for these shows with Fred Astaire, who wasn't really a singer but did such a charming, wonderful job with them.

Also remember that famous line from Ginger... "I do EVERYTHING he does, only backwards and in heels."
Lucyneenah19701 1 month ago
I picked the right one, 42nd Street, on the 4th try.
Andy 1 month ago
Got it right first time. Of course, the correct answer was one I've seen more than twice...
STTOS 1 month ago
You picked Shall We Dance (1937) - Had no clue so I thought MeTV might include a title that would seem to obviously star them but didn't. I outsmarted myself. :(
PinkDragon 1 month ago
Took me a bit...finally got it! Loved Fred Astaire...old movies are great!
thedude1500 1 month ago
got it on the first try. Lucky I guess.
UnicornPrincess 1 month ago
Took me forever... had to try all of them!
MrBill 1 month ago
I got it on the first try though it was a pure guess.
RichardPniewski 1 month ago
Whether you can call "Flying Down to Rio" a classic is questionable.
garykevinware 1 month ago
Easy, since I've seen all of the Astaire Rogers films; my favorites being Top Hat, The Gay Divorcee, not listed, and Swing Time.
Lacey 1 month ago
Well of COURSE it is $@%* #$%^^%.
teire 1 month ago
First try, big Astaire fan, my grandparents actually saw him on Broadway before he made any movies. I remember watching all the Astaire/Rogers RKO movies on WOR’s Million Dollar Movie one summer as a kid, have seen a fair number in revival theaters as well. People in the audience applaud after the dance numbers.
cperrynaples 1 month ago
Got it on the second try! I would have gotten it first if I hadn't rushed!
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