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The great Fred Astaire (Blue Skies) puts on his dancing shoes and says Let's Dance to ebullient Betty Hutton (The Miracle of Morgan's Creek) in this Technicolor treat from the Golden Age of the Hollywood musical. Hutton plays a war widow who, with the help of her song-and-dance partner Astaire, fights a desperate legal battle to gain custody of her son. Mirthful musical numbers highlight the heartwarming story, including Oh, Them Dudes, a wildly comic western spoof that has Astaire swap his top hat and tails for dusty cowboy duds. Then he tops it with Piano Dance, dancing on, under, around and in a piano to create one of his most celebrated routines. From the gifted Norman Z. McLeod, director of It's a Gift, Topper, Road to Rio and The Paleface, Let's Dance is the most dazzling, toe-tapping musical romp of 1950!
The great Fred Astaire (Blue Skies) puts on his dancing shoes and says Let's Dance to ebullient Betty Hutton (The Miracle of Morgan's Creek) in this Technicolor treat from the Golden Age of the Hollywood musical. Hutton plays a war widow who, with the help of her song-and-dance partner Astaire, fights a desperate legal battle to gain custody of her son. Mirthful musical numbers highlight the heartwarming story, including Oh, Them Dudes, a wildly comic western spoof that has Astaire swap his top hat and tails for dusty cowboy duds. Then he tops it with Piano Dance, dancing on, under, around and in a piano to create one of his most celebrated routines. From the gifted Norman Z. McLeod, director of It's a Gift, Topper, Road to Rio and The Paleface, Let's Dance is the most dazzling, toe-tapping musical romp of 1950!
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Let's Dance
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The great Fred Astaire (Blue Skies) puts on his dancing shoes and says Let's Dance to ebullient Betty Hutton (The Miracle of Morgan's Creek) in this Technicolor treat from the Golden Age of the Hollywood musical. Hutton plays a war widow who, with the help of her song-and-dance partner Astaire, fights a desperate legal battle to gain custody of her son. Mirthful musical numbers highlight the heartwarming story, including Oh, Them Dudes, a wildly comic western spoof that has Astaire swap his top hat and tails for dusty cowboy duds. Then he tops it with Piano Dance, dancing on, under, around and in a piano to create one of his most celebrated routines. From the gifted Norman Z. McLeod, director of It's a Gift, Topper, Road to Rio and The Paleface, Let's Dance is the most dazzling, toe-tapping musical romp of 1950!
        
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