Top Hat (1935)

Evaluation: 7.6 (Votes: 167)

Movie Comedy, Music, Romance "Top Hat" Torrent is rated with 7.6 points out of 10 on IMDb (Internet Movie Database) according to 167 ratings by critics. Film is released in 1935-08-29 by RKO Radio Pictures, . The main stars are Edward Everett Horton, Gino Corrado, Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Erik Rhodes, Eric Blore, Helen Broderick, Lucille Ball, Dennis O'Keefe, Tom Ricketts, Nick Thompson, . The length of the whole piece is 101 minutes.

Original title: Top Hat
Slogan: They're Dancing Cheek-To-Cheek Again!
Genres: Comedy, Music, Romance
Release date 1935-08-29
Duration: 101 Min
Country: United States of America
State: Released
Budget: 609000
Commissions: 3202000

Top Hat 1935 - Download Torrent limetorrents RARBG EZTV TORRENT9 1337X ZOOQLE KickAss YIFY TORRENTZ2 Streaming Magnet - Showman Jerry Travers is working for producer Horace Hardwick in London. Jerry demonstrates his new dance steps late one night in Horace's hotel room, much to the annoyance of sleeping Dale Tremont below. She goes upstairs to complain and the two are immediately attracted to each other. Complications arise when Dale mistakes Jerry for Horace.

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Critic Top Hat Reviews

Critic Reviews

William Thomas

MetaScore: 100 Autor: William Thomas

If you want only one Astaire-Rogers musical, Top Hat is obligatory for Astaire at his most debonair with Irving Berlin's title number and Cheek to Cheek in this screwball confused identities plot.

Don Druker

MetaScore: 88

This 1935 musical finds Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers at the top of their form.

Dan Callahan

MetaScore: 100

Every musical number works, and the mistaken-identity plot is pleasant enough, even if there’s too much emphatic dithering from the supporting players toward the end.

Marjorie Baumgarten

MetaScore: 100 Autor: Marjorie Baumgarten

Hands down, this is the best Astaire-Rogers musical ever. Nothing more needs to be said.

Staff (Not Credited)

MetaScore: 80

The third Astaire-Rogers movie (not counting Flying Down to Rio) and one of the best, with a superlative Irving Berlin score, and equally superlative Hermes Pan routines which spark a distinct sexual electricity between the pair.

Steve Simels

MetaScore: 100

Top Hat is tops with two of the duo’s most sublime numbers (The Piccolino, Cheek to Cheek), plus Fred’s rat-a-tat solo, a funnier-than-you-remember script (Erik Rhodes’ English-mangling designer exclaiming: ”Never again will I allow women to wear my dresses!”), and the hummable Irving Berlin score.

Andre Sennwald

MetaScore: 90

When Top Hat is letting Mr. Astaire perform his incomparable magic or teaming him with the increasingly dexterous Miss Rogers it is providing the most urbane fun that you will find anywhere on the screen.

Josh Larsen

MetaScore: 88 Autor: Josh Larsen

It never really mattered what loopy plot was devised to get Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers together in their musicals – once they started dancing in each other’s arms, all contrivances fall to the wayside and you clearly see they were made for each other.

Nathan Rabin

MetaScore: 58 Autor: Nathan Rabin

The dialogue is witty and piquant, and the supporting players droll, but the labored farce of madcap marital misunderstandings are as flatfooted as the dance numbers are memorably airy.

Staff (Not Credited)

MetaScore: 80

This one can't miss and the reasons are three - Fred Astaire, Irving Berlin's 11 songs and sufficient comedy between numbers to hold the film together.