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    Carefree (1938) — (Movie Clip) Change Partners

    Neat dance gimmick, after the vocal in the Irving Berlin original song, as psychologist Tony (Fred Astaire) needs to snap Amanda (Ginger Rogers) out of her hypnotic state, before she marries the other guy, in their first “comeback” RKO musical, Carefree, 1938.

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Carefree (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Change Partners
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A dream sequence dance famous for the unprecedented smooch at the end, Ginger Rogers is psychiatric patient Amanda, whose crush on Fred Astaire, as her doc Tony, is revealed, with an Irving Berlin original song, in what was planned, before budget cuts, as a color scene, in Carefree, 1938. >
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