THE GAY DIVORCEE
1934, Warner Bros., 107 min, USA, Dir: Mark Sandrich

The first of the great Astaire-Rogers musicals features terrific tunes (Cole Porter's "Night and Day," Conrad and Magidson's "The Continental"), pitch-perfect performances (including the always reliable Edward Everett Horton in a supporting role) and elaborate choreography that Fred and Ginger make look effortless. The prototypical Astaire-Rogers musical.