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This Ginger Rogers Screen Goddess Collection containing 6 Discs is a bargain at £5.99 delivered from Hmv. Cheapest elsewhere is £12.99!

Box Set Contains: The Major And The Minor * Bachelor Mother * It Had To Be You * Tight Spot * Top Hat * The Gay Divorcee
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* Major And The Minor (Dir. Billy Wilder, 1942): A woman disguises herself as a child to save on a train fare and is taken in charge by an army man who doesn't notice the truth.


* Bachelor Mother (Dir. Garson Kanin, 1939): Ginger Rogers stars as a department store salesclerk about to be laid off after the Christmas holiday, who happens to be passing an orphanage when a woman leaves a baby on the doorstep. The orphanage assumes that Rogers is the mother, despite her protests; when they contact the department store, the owner's son (David Niven) decides to restore her job so that she can take care of the child. Before long, rumors are flying that Niven is the child's father...


* Top Hat (Mark Sandrich, 1935): Following a case of mistaken identity, dancer Jerry (Astaire) follows Dale (Rogers), the girl of his dreams, to Europe and tries to win her heart through song and dance routines...

This most lavish of musicals from Hollywood's golden era features lyrics and music by Irving Berlin.


* Gay Divorcee (Mark Sandrich, 1934): In one of their best loved, most charming song-and-dance comedies, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers demonstrate just how they became best known as America's greatest dance team.


* It Had To Be You (Dir. Don Hartman, Rudloph Mate, 1947): Victoria Stafford (Ginger Rogers) is a wealthy young woman who has been engaged three times, and who has changed her mind at the last second at all three weddings. She is engaged again and is determined to wed her fourth fiance, Oliver H.P. Harrington (Ron Randell), when she has a dream in which a man dressed like an Indian (Cornel Wilde) breaks up her fourth wedding. Upon awakening she is startled to find that the "Indian" from her dream is real...



* Tight Spot (Dir. Phil Karson, 1955): Sherry Conley, a street tough and cynical woman with an unhappy family background, is taken from prison to a hotel, where the DA tries to convince her to testify against a mobster. Sherry is reluctant because the last witness was murdered before he made it to the stand, and why should she stick her neck out? At the hotel, several attempts are made on her life, and she falls for Vince, the policemen guarding her...
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Fantastic price cat.......for any ginger fans.:thumbsup:
Heated up.
Don't forget quidco at 10%.Making this £5.39
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Thanks bazr :) I dont think i've ever seen any of these films ..... so i've bought them for my mum for mothers day ( then i'll nab them!)

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