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Ginger Rogers

This oscar winning actress (Best Actress for Kitty Foyle) was an extremely talented dancer who was often partnered with the legendary Fred Astaire in some of Hollywood’s best musicals, most notably, “Top Hat” (1935), “Roberta” (1935), “Swing Time” (1936), “Follow The Fleet” (1936), “Shall We Dance” (1937) & “Carefree” (1938).

Ginger Rogers Fact File :

Name:Virginia Katherine McMath

Date Of Birth: 16th July 1911

Place Of Birth: Independence, Missouri, USA

Date Of Death: 25th April 1995

Place Of Death:
Rancho, Mirage, California, USA

Height: 5’ 4 1/2”

Spouses:
William Marshall (1961-1970)
Jacques Bergerac (1953 - 1957)
Jack Briggs (1943 - 1949)
Lew Ayres (1934 - 1940)
Edward Culpepper (1929 - 1931)

Debut Film:
“Campus Sweethearts” (1929)

Academy Award Winner 1941:
Best Actress for “Kitty Foyle: The Natural History Of A Woman”

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Ginger Rogers’ Top 10 Movies on VHS & DVD :

The Thirteenth Guest(1932) VHS
Thirteen years after a dinner party abruptly ended when the host was found murdered, the guests are summoned back to the scene of the crime, where someone begins bumping them off one by one. A young Ginger Rogers stars as the late host's daughter, and Lyle Talbot is a detective trying to find the killer, in this creepy thriller. 70 min.

A Shriek In The Night [DVD](1933) DVD
Ginger Rogers and Lyle Talbot repeat their roles from "The Thirteenth Guest" in this mystery comedy of reporters on the trail of a murderer. Suspense and laughs a la "The Thin Man." 66 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English mono. Plays All Regions.

Roberta(1935) VHS
The lively dancing of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers highlights this Jerome Kern-Otto Harbach musical, set in Paris and featuring Irene Dunne and Randolph Scott. Look for an unknown Lucille Ball in the fashion show sequence! Score includes "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" and "Lovely to Look At." 105 min.

Swing Time(1935) VHS
Delightful musical stars Fred Astaire as a roguish gambler/dancer who is challenged by fiance Betty Furness' father to come up with $25,000 to prove he's worthy of her hand. But after he falls in love with dance instructor Ginger Rogers, Fred'll do anything to keep from coming up with the bucks. The Jerome Kern-Dorothy Fields score includes "The Way You Look Tonight," "A Fine Romance ." Also includes the original theatrical trailer. 103 min.

Stage Door(1937) VHS
Classic comedy-drama centers around lives of women in theatrical boarding house and their dreams of stardom. Katharine Hepburn, Ginger Rogers, Lucille Ball, Ann Miller head a top cast. 92 min.

Kitty Foyle(1940) VHS
Ginger Rogers won an Oscar (in her first dramatic role) as a Philadelphia working-class woman who marries into a well-to-do Main Line family, but seeks solace with an old flame when the marriage sours. Dennis Morgan, James Craig co-star. 107 min.

Roxie Hart(1942) VHS
The broad and breezy Roaring '20s comedy that was later transformed into the musical "Chicago" stars Ginger Rogers in the title role of brash dance hall girl Roxie, who confesses to a murder committed by her no-good husband in the hope of giving her show career a boost. Adolphe Menjou shines as Rogers' slick attorney; with George Montgomery, George Chandler, Phil Silvers. 74 min.

Monkey Business [DVD](1952) DVD
Howard Hawks' "fountain of youth" comedy stars Cary Grant as a scientist whose rejuvenation serum causes chaos for himself and everyone around him. With Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn and Marilyn Monroe in an early role. 97 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English stereo and mono, French mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; photo gallery; trailer; more.

Forever Female(1953) VHS
Aspiring playwright William Holden pens what he thinks will be a hit play, but when fading star Ginger Rogers wants the college-age leading lady role he must rework the script to accommodate her, and a pretty, younger actress is also vying for the part. Paul Douglas, Pat Crowley and George Reeves co-star in a witty comedy in the "All About Eve" vein. 93 min.

Cinderella [DVD](1964) DVD
Rodgers and Hammerstein's enchanting musical adaptation of the fairy tale classic stars Lesley Ann Warren in the title role and Stuart Damon as the Prince, along with Celeste Holm, Jo Van Fleet, Ginger Rogers and Walter Pidgeon. Sumptuous sets and costumes and the unforgettable score (including "In My Own Little Corner," "Ten Minutes Ago," "Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful" and "Impossible; It's Impossible") highlight this family favorite. 83 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, Spanish; trailers; filmographies; featurette; sing-along feature; interactive menus; scene access.

 

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