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  • The Gay Divorcee

    Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers were first teamed in Flying Down to Rio, but this 1934 feature was their first effort together as stars—and it worked beautifully, with great Cole Porter songs like "Night and Day," and Con Conrad and Herb Magidson's "The Continental." more...
  • God Help the Girl

    This cute, sugary musical is the handiwork of Stuart Murdoch, singer-songwriter for the Scottish soft-pop band Belle and Sebastian, and though he's in his mid-40s, his movie seems to be aimed squarely at moony 19-year-olds. more...
  • Gold Diggers of 1935

    Busby Berkeley's first full-length job of direction (previously he handled only dance numbers) reveals a bitterness and cynicism that never again surfaced in his work. more...
  • Grease
  • Grease (PG)

    A limp, cheaply made version (1978) of the Broadway (ne Chicago) play about growing up cool in the 50s. more...
  • The Great Rock and Roll Swindle

    Malcolm McLaren, the rock 'n' roll huckster who assembled the Sex Pistols, was the driving force behind this 1980 feature, a mock history of the band that portrays him as a brilliant Svengali. more...
  • Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench

    This novel debut feature by writer-director Damien Chazelle combines the low-key naturalism of early John Cassavetes with the heightened artificiality of an MGM musical, and the latter prevails. more...