Top Hat

Top Hat
Top Hat

Year

1935

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Musicals

Language

English

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Synopsis

Jerry is an American performer who's been hired to do a show in London by a big shot producer called Horace. When Jerry meets beautiful model Dale at his hotel in London, he immediately falls for her charms. But a case of mistaken identity leads to Dale thinking that Jerry is actually Horace (a married man), and that means the path of true love does not run smoothly - at all. But in the meantime, luckily for the rest of us, Rogers and Astaire get to show off their fancy footwork and romantic chemistry. One of the most enchanting and romantic films to come out of Hollywood's golden era.

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