42nd Street (1933)
A chorus girl understudy steals the show on Broadway after the leading lady is unexpectedly incapacitated.
Kitty Foyle (1940)
A working class girl who has successfully elevated her social position finds herself torn between two lovers and seemingly destined for heartbreak.
Shall We Dance (1937)
Jazz and ballet collide in the classic Fred and Ginger romance.
Swing Time (1936)
A gambler trying to win the money to marry his fiancee inadvertently falls for a dancer.
Top Hat (1935)
Mistaking a modest young dancer for his wealthy producer, a young woman allows herself to be swept off her feet in a whirlwind romance.
Vivacious Lady (1938)
A shy academic falls head over heels in love with a nightclub hostess and marries her on an impulse, but their wedded bliss is strained by the impending need to tell his domineering parents.
We're Not Married! (1950)
A bureaucratic cockup results in five married couples becoming unmarried.
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