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How better to characterize Fred's dancing than as dances by Astaire.
The song features a funny in-joke by Mercer that works in a reference by Joan Leslie to Jimmy Cagney and one by Astaire to Rita Hayworth.
More often than not, in his films, he wears down the girl with his good-natured but dogged pursuit.
This is the original movie in which the song One for My Baby was first sung (by Fred Astaire).Published 3 months ago by donquixote
Yes Fred's character is bit annoying at times [stalking?] when he not being his usually charming phenomenal self; but this a Joan Leslie must-see for all of those who have... Read morePublished 3 months ago by renanaha
This is not your typical Astaire musical. In it Fred plays a serious Flying Tiger hero about to transfer to the US Navy during WWII. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Wilbourg
The picture quality wasn't the best but being a big Fred Astaire fan I put up with it. I would like a better print.Published 7 months ago by JEANNE
My favorite Joan Leslie movie. Despite the fact that there was an age difference, Fred Astaire and Joan Leslie interact surprisingly well. Very entertaining.Published 9 months ago by Humberto Garcia Jr
Fred this time is in the service and has 10 days off before going back. Only he dons his uniform for normal clothes and doesn't want anyone to know he is in the service with... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stephen E. Lightell
Some great song and dance numbers in this film like set them up Joe. Freds last film for RKO picturesPublished 12 months ago by Pieter A. Kooijman
An intriguing little film, well acted by Fred Astaire, Joan Leslie and Robert Benchley with a Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer score. Well worth adding to one's collection. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Judith Kay McGee