In the seventeenth century, the Spanish governor of Naples is set in a beautiful mill and, in order to seduce her, put her husband in jail, but he manages to escape. Thus, it is disguised as governor and enter the building to reach this room. Meanwhile, his wife Carmela fends the governor, who went to the factory.
Mr. Top Hat album by Fred Astaire was released Sep 06, 2005 on the Verve label. Mr. Top Hat CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs.
The fifth in a series of recorded meetings between Stephane Grappelli and Yehudi Menuhin is one of the more disappointing efforts. Although Nelson Riddle was a renowned arranger, the arrangements of memorable songs from the 1930s (most of which were strongly associated with Fred Astaire's performances in films) by the likes of Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Jerome Kern, and Vincent Youmans…
The sixth of RKO's Fred Astaire -Ginger Rogers pairings of the 1930s, Swing Time starts off with bandleader Astaire getting cold feet on his wedding day. Astaire's bride-to-be Betty Furness will give him a second chance, providing he proves himself responsible enough to earn $25,000. Astaire naturally tries to avoid earning that amount once he falls in love with dance instructor Ginger Rogers. Numerous complications ensue, leading to the "second time's the charm" climax, with Ginger escaping her own wedding to wealthy Georges Metaxa in order to be reunited with Astaire. The film's most indelible image is that of Fred Astaire, immaculately attired in top hat and tails, hopping a freight car–a perfect encapsulation of the film's Depression-era cheekiness. The Jerome Kern-Dorothy Fields score includes such standards-to-be as "Pick Yourself Up," "A Fine Romance," "The Way You Look Tonight," "Never Gonna Dance" and "Bojangles of Harlem."
Wealthy Edward Morgan becomes charmed with a curly-haired orphan and her pretty older sister Mary and arranges to adopt both under the alias of "Mr. Jones." As he spends more time with them, he soon finds himself falling in love with Mary.