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1. In 1934, Fred Astaire (Guy) and Ginger Rogers (Mimi) were paired for the second time in the film "The Gay Divorcee". Which of these did Ginger sing and the couple dance to?
2. Ginger Rogers (Dale) and Fred Astaire (Jerry) were again paired in "Top Hat", in 1935, with a score of Irving Berlin songs. Which of these songs was NOT included in this production?
3. Fred Astaire (Johnny) and Eleanor Powell (Clare) were paired by MGM in "Broadway Melody of 1940". Which of these numbers did Fred and Eleanor dance?
4. In the early 1940s Fred Astaire was paired twice with Rita Hayworth. The films they made were "You'll Never Get Rich" (Robert and Sheila) and "You Were Never Lovelier" (Robert and Maria). Which of these title numbers did they dance together?
5. "Holiday Inn" was released in 1942 and Fred Astaire (Ted) was partnered in various numbers with Bing Crosby (Jim), Virginia Dale (Lila), and Marjorie Reynolds (Linda). Which of these, however, was one number that he was to become famous for - the seemingly off-the-cuff number that he performed solo?
6. Though Fred Astaire had retired in 1946, he was persuaded to make the movie "Easter Parade" with Judy Garland (their characters were Don and Hannah) in 1948. What number did Fred and Judy sing and dance while dressed as tramps?
7. Jane Powell (Ellen) was paired with Fred Astaire (Tom) in "Royal Wedding" in 1951. This show had many musical numbers, but only two solos by Fred - one dance only and one song and dance. Which of these were performed as solo numbers by Fred?
8. Fred Astaire was to star in two films with Cyd Charisse, "The Band Wagon" in 1953 and "Silk Stockings" in 1957. In "The Band Wagon" (their characters were named Tony and Gabrielle), which of these numbers was done during a stroll in Central Park?
9. The story of "Daddy Long Legs", produced in 1955, was about a May/December romance in which Leslie Caron (Julie) and Fred Astaire (Jervis) fell in love. Which of these numbers was a solo for Fred?
10. Music created by George and Ira Gershwin was used in the 1957 film "Funny Face". In this film Fred Astaire (Dick) fell in love with Audrey Hepburn (Jo). In which of these numbers did they sing and dance through a garden and on a raft?
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