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List of Ginger Rogers Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. Top Hat (1935)
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Top Hat
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Top Hat is a musical romantic film which tells the story of Jerry Travers, a tap dancer who comes to London to star in a show that is being produced by Horace Hardwick. He soon meets the model Dale Tremont, and tries to impress her to win her affection.

Role:
Dale Tremont
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
2. Swing Time (1936)
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Swing Time
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An aspiring dancer travels to New York to prove his mettle to his fiancée. However, as luck would have it, he falls for his dancing partner.

Role:
Penny Carroll
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Eric Blore, Victor Moore, Helen Broderick
Directed By:
George Stevens
3. Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
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Gold Diggers of 1933
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Gold Diggers of 1933 is musical romantic comedy film which revolves around three aspiring actresses, who gets involved with a playboy producer, who has everything that he needs for a show, except the money. Brad Roberts, the girls’ neighbor, decides to help them out with the money. However, they get suspicious because he refuses to appear in the show, despite his talents.

Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Jane Wyman, Joan Blondell, Warren William, Aline MacMahon, Dick Powell
Directed By:
Mervyn LeRoy
4. Stage Door (1937)
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Stage Door
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Terry Randall is a woman from a very rich and influential family, who decides to see if she can break into the Broadway theatre on her own merit, without taking any help from her family. She moves into the theatrical boarding house, and is disappointed to see the kind of life the aspirants live.  

Role:
Jean Maitland
Starring:
Katharine Hepburn, Lucille Ball, Gail Patrick, Adolphe Menjou
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
5. Bachelor Mother (1939)
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Bachelor Mother
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2

Polly is an unemployed woman who discovers an abandoned baby, and accepts an offer to take care of the child in exchange for a job at Merlin’s Department Store. However, her un-motherly conduct infuriates David Merlin.

Role:
Polly Parrish
Starring:
David Niven, Charles Coburn, Frank Albertson, E.E. Clive
Directed By:
Garson Kanin
6. The Gay Divorcee (1934)
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The Gay Divorcee
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Mimi is a married woman who seeks a divorce from Cyril, her absentee husband. Her aunt encourages her to set up a fake date, so that she can get caught in an ‘adulterous relationship’, which would make it easier for her to get a divorce.

Role:
Mimi Glossop
Starring:
Betty Grable, Fred Astaire, Edward Everett Horton, Erik Rhodes, Alice Brady
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
7. The Major and the Minor (1942)
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The Major and the Minor
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Susan Applegate is a working woman in New York, who is desperate to go to her home in Iowa. However, problem is that she lacks the railway fare. Therefore, she disguises herself as a child so that she can get the ticket at a cheaper rate. She ends up in the compartment of an army Major named Philip. Believing that she is a frightened child, he decides to let her stay in his compartment until they reach his stop. Things get complicated and hilarious when his fiancée Pamela boards the train, and upon seeing Susan, she accuses Philip of having an affair.

Role:
Susan Applegate
Starring:
Ray Milland, Robert Benchley, Rita Johnson, Diana Lynn
Directed By:
8. 42nd Street (1933)
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42nd Street
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2
Starring:
Bebe Daniels, Warner Baxter, Guy Kibbee, George Brent
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
9. Shall We Dance (1937)
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Shall We Dance
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Pete, a ballet star, and Linda, a showgirl, decide to fake a marriage for publicity. However, over time, they find themselves attracted to one another.

Role:
Linda Keene
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Eric Blore, Edward Everett Horton, Jerome Cowan
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
10. I'll Be Seeing You (1944)
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I'll Be Seeing You
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Role:
Mary Marshall
Starring:
Shirley Temple, Spring Byington, Joseph Cotten, Tom Tully
Directed By:
11. Tales of Manhattan (1942)
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Tales of Manhattan
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Role:
Diane
Starring:
Charles Laughton, Edward G. Robinson, Charles Boyer, W. C. Fields, Elsa Lanchester, Rita Hayworth, Henry Fonda
Directed By:
Julien Duvivier
12. Storm Warning (1951)
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Storm Warning
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Role:
Marsha Mitchell
Starring:
Doris Day, Ronald Reagan, Steve Cochran, Hugh Sanders
Directed By:
Stuart Heisler
13. Follow the Fleet (1936)
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Follow the Fleet
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Seaman Baker and Sherry used to be dance partners, but they got separated when Baker had to enlist in the Navy. Now Sherry is working in a ballroom in San Francisco. When Baker visits the ballroom after a long time, he tries to rekindle his relationship with her. Meanwhile, his friend Bilge finds himself attracted to Sherry’s sister Connie. Problems arise between them because Connie wants to get married, but Bilge is not ready to settle down.

Role:
Sherry Martin
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Betty Grable, Harriet Nelson, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
14. Carefree (1938)
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Carefree
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2

Stephen proposes to Amanda, but she is unable to make a decision. Therefore, he decides to take her to his friend Tony, who is his psychiatrist. Things get complicated when Tony and Amanda find themselves attracted to one another. 

Role:
Amanda Cooper
Starring:
Hattie McDaniel, Fred Astaire, Jack Carson, Ralph Bellamy
Directed By:
Mark Sandrich
15. Vivacious Lady (1938)
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Vivacious Lady
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During a visit to Manhattan, botany professor Peter Morgan Jr. and nightclub singer Francey fall in love at first sight and get married the next day. Returning home, he is unsure about how to break the news to his authoritarian, conservative father, who, he knows wouldn’t approve. The newlyweds barely get any time together and their secret leads to many humorous situations.

Role:
Francey Morgan
Starring:
James Stewart, Hattie McDaniel, Beulah Bondi, Charles Coburn, James Ellison
Directed By:
George Stevens
16. Roberta (1935)
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Roberta
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John Kent is a former football star at Harvard, who goes to Paris with his friend Huck Haines, and Huck’s dance band named 'The Wabash Indianians'. However, the band is not allowed to perform, when the one who booked them finds out that they are not Indians, but merely from Indiana. Joe decides to pay a visit to his aunt, who owns a fashion house run by Stephanie, her assistant. There, he meets a singer Scharwenka, who tries to get the band a job.

Role:
Lizzie Gatz aka Tanka Scharwenka
Starring:
Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire, Lucille Ball, Randolph Scott
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
17. Primrose Path (1940)
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Primrose Path
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Role:
Ellie May Adams
Starring:
Miles Mander, Joel McCrea, Marjorie Rambeau, Henry Travers
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
18. Kitty Foyle (1940)
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Kitty Foyle
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Role:
Kitty Foyle
Starring:
Ernest Cossart, Eduardo Ciannelli, Dennis Morgan, James Craig
Directed By:
Sam Wood
Awards:
Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
19. The Barkleys of Broadway (1949)
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The Barkleys of Broadway
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2
Role:
Dinah Barkley
Starring:
Oscar Levant, Fred Astaire, Billie Burke, Gale Robbins
Directed By:
Charles Walters
20. The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (1939)
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The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle
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2
Role:
Irene Castle
Starring:
Walter Brennan, Fred Astaire, Edna May Oliver, Lew Fields
Directed By:
H.C. Potter
21. Monkey Business (1952)
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Monkey Business
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Monkey Business is a comedy film which tells the story of a scientist who is able to develop the elixir of life, which can help adults become young once again. Things get hilarious when he and his wife actually drink it.  

Role:
Mrs. Edwina Fulton
Starring:
Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn, Hugh Marlowe
Directed By:
Howard Hawks
22. Roxie Hart (1942)
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Roxie Hart
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Role:
Roxie Hart
Starring:
William Frawley, Adolphe Menjou, Nigel Bruce, Lynne Overman
Directed By:
William A. Wellman
23. 5th Ave Girl (1939)
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5th Ave Girl
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Alfred is a millionaire who feels neglected by his wife and his children. Therefore, he decides to hire an unemployed girl named Mary to pose as his mistress. Things however get complicated when Alfred’s son Tim falls for her.

Role:
Mary Grey
Starring:
Walter Connolly, Verree Teasdale, James Ellison, Tim Holt
Directed By:
Gregory La Cava
24. Romance in Manhattan (1935)
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Romance in Manhattan
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Role:
Sylvia Dennis
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, Francis Lederer, Arthur Hohl, Jimmy Butler
Directed By:
Stephen Roberts
25. Sitting Pretty (1933)
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Sitting Pretty
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Role:
Dorothy
Starring:
Thelma Todd, Jack Oakie, Gregory Ratoff, Jack Haley
Directed By:
Harry Joe Brown
26. Office Blues (1930)
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Office Blues
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Role:
Miss Gravis
Starring:
Clairborne Bryson, E.R. Rogers
Directed By:
Mort Blumenstock
27. Hat Check Girl (1932)
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Hat Check Girl
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Role:
Jessie King
Starring:
Ben Lyon, Sally Eilers, Monroe Owsley, Astrid Allwyn
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
28. Dreamboat (1952)
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Dreamboat
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2

Dreamboat is a 1952 American comedy film which tells the story of a college professor named Thornton Sayre, who is also a former actor. His life gets disrupted when his former co-star Gloria Marlowe, starts to air his old films on television. To put an end to this, he sets out with his daughter to stop it. 

Role:
Gloria Marlowe
Starring:
Elsa Lanchester, Clifton Webb, Anne Francis, Jeffrey Hunter
Directed By:
Claude Binyon
29. Week-End at the Waldorf (1945)
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Week-End at the Waldorf
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The setting of this movie, based on the 1932 classic Grand Hotel, is the luxurious Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York and the focus is on a group of guest who are staying there during a weekend. Among them are a lone actress and a war correspondent who meet just by chance, a soldier awaiting to undergo a critical surgery and a cub reporter trying to expose a dubious deal.

Role:
Irene Malvern
Starring:
Keenan Wynn, Lana Turner, Van Johnson, Walter Pidgeon, Edward Arnold
Directed By:
Robert Z. Leonard
30. It Had to Be You (1947)
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It Had to Be You
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Role:
Victoria Stafford
Starring:
Spring Byington, Cornel Wilde, Percy Waram, Ron Randell
Directed By:
Don Hartman, Rudolph Maté
31. Black Widow (1954)
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Black Widow
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Role:
Carlotta 'Lottie' Marin
Starring:
Gene Tierney, Bea Benaderet, George Raft, Van Heflin
Directed By:
Nunnally Johnson
32. Flying Down to Rio (1933)
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Flying Down to Rio
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Due to his flirtatious behavior, band leader Roger Bond’s group keeps getting fired again and again. Things take a turn when he falls for a Brazilian beauty named Belinha, but problem is that she is engaged to another man. Despite this, he tries to make a move, but Belinha plays hard to get. She is also unable to decide between Roger and Julio, her fiancé.

Role:
Honey Hale
Starring:
Fred Astaire, Gene Raymond, Dolores del Rio, Raul Roulien
Directed By:
Thornton Freeland
33. Star of Midnight (1935)
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Star of Midnight
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Clay Dalzell is a lawyer and detective in New York, who is approached by his old friend Tim Winthrop to find his former lover Alice, who had disappeared a year ago, without any trace. While attending a stage show, Clay recognizes a masked actress to be Alice, but when he calls out her name, she vanishes during the middle of the performance. When it seems that reporter Tommy Tennant knows something about her, he is shot dead before he could reveal anything to Clay.   

Role:
Donna Mantin
Starring:
Paul Kelly, William Powell, Ralph Morgan, Gene Lockhart
Directed By:
Stephen Roberts
34. Rafter Romance (1933)
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Rafter Romance
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Role:
Mary
Starring:
Robert Benchley, Laura Hope Crews, Norman Foster, George Sidney
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
35. Tom, Dick and Harry (1941)
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Tom, Dick and Harry
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Role:
Janie
Starring:
George Murphy, Burgess Meredith, Alan Marshal, Joe Cunningham
Directed By:
Garson Kanin
36. Forever Female (1953)
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Forever Female
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Broadway star Beatrice Page, who is past her prime, chooses a script about a mother and a teenage daughter, by promising playwright Stanley Krown. But she wants him to rewrite the young girl’s role more befitting her age. When Stanley shows reluctance, she gets her producer ex-husband to convince Stanley. But later, she accepts that she is more suitable for mother’s role. 

Role:
Beatrice Page
Starring:
Marion Ross, George Reeves, William Holden, James Gleason, Paul Douglas
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
37. Queen High (1930)
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Queen High
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Role:
Polly Rockwell
Starring:
Frank Morgan, Stanley Smith, Charles Ruggles, Helen Carrington
Directed By:
Fred C. Newmeyer
38. Once Upon a Honeymoon (1942)
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Once Upon a Honeymoon
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Role:
Kathie O'Hara / Katherine Butt-Smith / Baroness Katherine Von Luber
Starring:
John Banner, Cary Grant, Walter Slezak, Albert Bassermann, Albert Dekker
Directed By:
Leo McCarey
39. Tight Spot (1955)
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Tight Spot
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Role:
Sherry Conley
Starring:
Lorne Greene, Brian Keith, Edward G. Robinson, Lucy Marlow
Directed By:
Phil Karlson
40. Lucky Partners (1940)
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Lucky Partners
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Upon seeing his neighbor Jean on the street in Greenwich Village, David Grant wishes her good luck. Although she doesn’t know him, she decides to ask him to become a partner in an Irish Sweepstakes ticket. David agrees on the condition that she goes on a world tour with him, if they win the prize. Despite the objections of her fiancé Fred, she agrees. Jean is however unaware of the fact that David is actually a famous painter, who is living under a different identity, after serving three years in jail.

Role:
Jean
Starring:
Ronald Colman, Spring Byington, Jack Carson, Cecilia Loftus
Directed By:
Lewis Milestone
41. Honor Among Lovers (1931)
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Honor Among Lovers
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Honor among Lovers is a romantic drama film which tells the story of Julia, a personal secretary working for Jerry Stafford, a Wall Street trader. She manages nearly everything for her boss.  Jerry starts falling for her, but she falls for another man named Philip, and therefore Jerry fires her from her job.

Role:
Doris Brown
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Fredric March, Charles Ruggles, Monroe Owsley
Directed By:
Dorothy Arzner
42. Young Man of Manhattan (1930)
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Young Man of Manhattan
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When his wife becomes more successful than him, a journalist gets quite jealous and also finds himself addicted to alcohol.

Role:
Puff Randolph
Starring:
Claudette Colbert, Leslie Austin, Charles Ruggles, Norman Foster
Directed By:
Monta Bell
43. The Sap from Syracuse (1930)
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3
The Sap from Syracuse
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Role:
Ellen Saunders
Starring:
Jack Oakie, Granville Bates, George Barbier, Sidney Riggs
Directed By:
A. Edward Sutherland
44. Upper World (1934)
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Upper World
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A rich railroad tycoon is bored with his marriage, since his wife is too busy with parties and has no time for him. Therefore, he starts seeing a showgirl instead. However, the girl’s boyfriend finds out and uses this opportunity to blackmail him. 

Role:
Lilly Linda
Starring:
Mickey Rooney, Mary Astor, Warren William, Dickie Moore, Andy Devine
Directed By:
Roy Del Ruth
45. Twenty Million Sweethearts (1934)
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3
Twenty Million Sweethearts
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3
Role:
Peggy Cornell
Starring:
Pat O'Brien, Dick Powell, Brothers The Mills, Donald Mills
Directed By:
Ray Enright
46. Professional Sweetheart (1933)
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Professional Sweetheart
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Radio celebrity Glory Eden is compelled by the sponsors to keep up a vice-free, ‘Purity Girl’ image for their product-marketing. Tired of it, she wants to try out darker side of life. On her press agent’s suggestion, from her fans they select Kentuckian Jim Davey as her ‘Professional Sweetheart.’ But they never expect the fake fiancé to grow into her real love.

Role:
Glory Eden
Starring:
Sterling Holloway, Zasu Pitts, Norman Foster, Frank McHugh, Allen Jenkins
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
47. Finishing School (1934)
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3
Finishing School
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Role:
Cecilia 'Pony' Ferris
Starring:
Billie Burke, John Halliday, Frances Dee, Bruce Cabot
Directed By:
George Nichols Jr., Wanda Tuchock
48. Lady in the Dark (1944)
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Lady in the Dark
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Liza Elliot is the editor of a successful magazine, but she is unable to find the man of her dreams. She also suffers from continuous daydreams and headaches, and therefore decides to seek help from a psychiatrist to find out why.  

Role:
Liza Elliott
Starring:
Ray Milland, Warner Baxter, Jon Hall, Barry Sullivan
Directed By:
Mitchell Leisen
49. In Person (1935)
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In Person
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Role:
Carol Corliss, aka Clara Colfax
Starring:
Alan Mowbray, Grant Mitchell, George Brent, Samuel S. Hinds
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
50. We're Not Married! (1952)
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We're Not Married!
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Role:
Ramona Gladwyn
Starring:
Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mitzi Gaynor, Lee Marvin, Marilyn Monroe, David Wayne, Victor Moore
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
51. You Said a Mouthful (1932)
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3
You Said a Mouthful
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3
Role:
Alice Brandon
Starring:
Harry Gribbon, Joe E. Brown, Allen 'Farina' Hoskins, Preston Foster
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
52. Tender Comrade (1943)
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3
Tender Comrade
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3
Role:
Jo Jones
Starring:
Mady Christians, Ruth Hussey, Robert Ryan, Patricia Collinge
Directed By:
Edward Dmytryk
53. Having Wonderful Time (1938)
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Having Wonderful Time
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Bored with her life, office girl Teddy goes off to a mountain camp for rest and solitude. On the way, she meets Chick, a law student intending to work as a waiter. Shortly, they fall in love and on their last day at the camp, Chick admits that he cannot marry her immediately, but they can become lovers, an idea that infatuates Teddy.   

Role:
Teddy Shaw
Starring:
Red Skelton, Lucille Ball, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Peggy Conklin, Lee Bowman
Directed By:
Alfred Santell
54. Chance at Heaven (1933)
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Chance at Heaven
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Role:
Marge Harris
Starring:
Lucien Littlefield, Marian Nixon, Joel McCrea, Andy Devine
Directed By:
William A. Seiter
55. Perfect Strangers (1950)
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Perfect Strangers
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3
Role:
Theresa (Terry) Scott
Starring:
Dennis Morgan, Thelma Ritter, Margalo Gillmore, Anthony Ross
Directed By:
Bretaigne Windust
56. Teenage Rebel (1956)
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3
Teenage Rebel
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3
Role:
Nancy Fallon
Starring:
Michael Rennie, Mildred Natwick, Rusty Swope, Lili Gentle
Directed By:
Edmund Goulding
57. Heartbeat (1946)
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3
Heartbeat
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3
Role:
Arlette Lafron
Starring:
Adolphe Menjou, Melville Cooper, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Mikhail Rasumny
Directed By:
Sam Wood
58. Change of Heart (1934)
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Change of Heart
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After completing their graduation, four college graduates relocate to New York City, looking for employment. However, they soon realize that jobs are scarce and finding employment wouldn’t be as easy as they thought. Although they are great friends, their relationships are strained by their romantic entanglements.  

Role:
Madge Rountree
Starring:
Janet Gaynor, Shirley Temple, Charles Farrell, James Dunn
Directed By:
John G. Blystone
59. Broadway Bad (1933)
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4
Broadway Bad
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Role:
Flip Daly
Starring:
Ricardo Cortez, Joan Blondell, Allen Vincent, Adrienne Ames
Directed By:
Sidney Lanfield
60. Don't Bet on Love (1933)
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4
Don't Bet on Love
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Role:
Molly Gilbert
Starring:
Lew Ayres, Shirley Grey, Charley Grapewin, Tom Dugan
Directed By:
Murray Roth
61. The Thirteenth Guest (1932)
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The Thirteenth Guest
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Role:
Lela / Marie Morgan
Starring:
J. Farrell MacDonald, Erville Alderson, Paul Hurst, Lyle Talbot
Directed By:
Albert Ray
62. Magnificent Doll (1946)
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Magnificent Doll
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In early 1800s, Dolley Payne returns home to Washington DC after an unhappy marriage. She is wooed by two rising politicians, James Madison and Aaron Burr. The charming lady uses the ardor of her two suitors to influence the Presidential elections and later, as the first lady of the United States, helps save national treasure from the 1812 British attack.

Role:
Dolly Payne Madison
Starring:
David Niven, Burgess Meredith, Stephen McNally, Peggy Wood
Directed By:
Frank Borzage
63. Twist of Fate (1954)
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Twist of Fate
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Johnny is an actress who is in love with an international businessman Stanley Baker. However, she learns that he is actually running a crime syndicate, and he is unwilling to leave his wife for her. She therefore gets involved with a potter named Jacques Bergerac.

Role:
'Johnny' Victor
Starring:
Herbert Lom, Margaret Rawlings, Stanley Baker, Jacques Bergerac
Directed By:
David Miller
64. The Tenderfoot (1932)
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2
The Tenderfoot
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2
Role:
Ruth Weston
Starring:
Lew Cody, Vivien Oakland, Joe E. Brown, Robert Greig
Directed By:
Ray Enright
65. Follow the Leader (1930)
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Follow the Leader
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Follow the Leader is a romantic musical comedy film which tells the story of a waiter, who has a burning desire to become ‘someone of significance’. He soon finds himself becoming the leader of a gang.

Role:
Mary Brennan
Starring:
Ethel Merman, Ed Wynn, Stanley Smith, Lou Holtz, Lida Kane
Directed By:
Norman Taurog
66. The Tip-Off (1931)
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3
The Tip-Off
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3
Role:
Baby Face
Starring:
Robert Armstrong, Eddie Quillan, Ralf Harolde, Joan Peers
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
67. The First Traveling Saleslady (1956)
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The First Traveling Saleslady
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3

This Western comedy film takes us back to the late 1800s. It tells the story of two salesladies who decide to stop selling corsets and head to the West, to sell barbed wire to cowboys in Texas. However, they face opposition from big ranchers as they fear that the cattle may be hurt by the steel wires. 

Role:
Miss Rose Gillray
Starring:
James Arness, Clint Eastwood, Barry Nelson, Carol Channing, David Brian
Directed By:
Arthur Lubin
68. Suicide Fleet (1931)
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4
Suicide Fleet
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4
Role:
Sally
Starring:
William Boyd, Robert Armstrong, James Gleason, Harry Bannister
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
69. A Shriek in the Night (1933)
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3
A Shriek in the Night
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3
Role:
Pat Morgan
Starring:
Harvey Clark, Purnell Pratt, Lyle Talbot, Lillian Harmer
Directed By:
Albert Ray
70. Carnival Boat (1932)
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3
Carnival Boat
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3
Role:
Honey
Starring:
Hobart Bosworth, Marie Prevost, William Boyd, Fred Kohler
Directed By:
Albert S. Rogell
71. The Groom Wore Spurs (1951)
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3
The Groom Wore Spurs
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3
Role:
'A.J.' Furnival
Starring:
Stanley Ridges, Joan Davis, Jack Carson, John Litel
Directed By:
Richard Whorf
72. A Night in a Dormitory (1930)
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3
A Night in a Dormitory
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3
Role:
Ginger Rogers
Starring:
Ruth Hamilton, Thelma White, Si Wills, Eddie Elkins
Directed By:
Harry Delmar
73. Oh, Men! Oh, Women! (1957)
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Oh, Men! Oh, Women!
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3

Just before his marriage to Myra Hagerman, Alan Coles learns that one of his neurotic patients Grant, had once dated her, as well as Arthur, the husband of another one of his patients.  Things get complicated when they tell Alan that they still want to see her.

Role:
Mildred Turner
Starring:
David Niven, Barbara Rush, Tony Randall, Dan Dailey
Directed By:
Nunnally Johnson
74. Harlow (1965)
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Harlow
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Role:
Mama Jean Bello
Starring:
Barry Sullivan, Hurd Hatfield, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Carol Lynley
Directed By:
Alex Segal
75. The Confession (1964)
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The Confession
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A master thief is on the lookout for an ancient legendary buried treasure. He is soon aided in his mission by Ginger Rogers, a woman who owns a bordello.  

Role:
Madame Rinaldi
Starring:
Barbara Eden, Ray Milland, Elliott Gould, Carl Schell
Directed By:
William Dieterle
76. Running Hollywood (1932)
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Running Hollywood
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2
Starring:
Sessue Hayakawa, John Wayne, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, Arthur Lake, Sally Blane
Directed By:
Charles Lamont
77. Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 12 (1937)
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Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 12
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This documentary film provides us a tour of several places in Hollywood, including a movie studio, a famous shopping centre, as well as the Santa Anita racetrack.

Role:
Ginger Rogers
Starring:
Al Jolson, Joan Crawford, Ralph Bellamy, Madeleine Carroll, Ralph Staub
Directed By:
Ralph Staub

TV Movie(s)

1. Cinderella (1965)
11
3
Cinderella
G
11
3
Role:
Queen
Starring:
Lesley Ann Warren, Celeste Holm, Walter Pidgeon, Jo Van Fleet
Directed By:
Charles S. Dubin

TV Shows and Videos

The DuPont Show with June Allyson (1959)
The DuPont Show with June Allyson
Starring:
James Coburn, Don Rickles, Ann Sothern, James Mason, Ryan O'Neal, Carolyn Jones, Harpo Marx
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Paul Henreid, Robert Butler, Richard Dunlap, James Neilson
The Red Skelton Show (1951)
The Red Skelton Show
TV-G
Starring:
Ron Howard, Raymond Burr, Jack Wild, Milton Berle, Buddy Ebsen, Petula Clark, Barbara Feldon
Directed By:
Seymour Berns, Bill Hobin, John Gaunt, Terry Kyne, Martin Rackin
Producers' Showcase (1954)
Producers' Showcase
Starring:
Lauren Bacall, Audrey Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, Paul Newman, Frank Sinatra, Buster Keaton, Jack Klugman
Directed By:
Clark Jones, Kirk Browning, Delbert Mann, Vincent J. Donehue, Alex Segal
Vacation Playhouse (1963)
Vacation Playhouse
Starring:
Charles Bronson, Joel Grey, Harry Dean Stanton, Bobby Troup, Michael Landon, Mako Iwamatsu, Eva Gabor
Directed By:
Don Taylor, Jack Donohue
The Milton Berle Show (1958)
The Milton Berle Show
Starring:
Peter Lorre, Red Skelton, Milton Berle, Edgar Bergen
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre (1963)
Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre
Starring:
Bob Newhart, Broderick Crawford, Eric Braeden, George Takei, Dina Merrill, George Peppard, Lloyd Bridges
Directed By:
Stuart Rosenberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Winston, David Butler, Lawrence Dobkin
Zane Grey Theater (1956)
Zane Grey Theater
Starring:
James Whitmore, Anne Bancroft, Mel Ferrer, Julie London, Rory Calhoun, Ernest Borgnine, Veronica Cartwright
Directed By:
John English, William D. Faralla, James Sheldon, Robert Florey, Robert Gordon
Here's Lucy (1968)
Here's Lucy
Starring:
Dinah Shore, Vincent Price, Jack Benny, Liberace, Danny Thomas, Jackie Gleason, Mel Blanc
Directed By:
Coby Ruskin, Jack Donohue, Herbert Kenwith, George Marshall, Jack Baker
Hotel (1983)
Hotel
Starring:
River Phoenix, Bert Convy, James Brolin, Lynn Redgrave, Anne Baxter, Stewart Granger, James Doohan
Directed By:
Bruce Bilson, Jerome Courtland, Nancy Malone, James Brolin, Vincent McEveety
The Bob Hope Show (1952)
The Bob Hope Show
Starring:
Bob Hope, Nipsey Russell, Dean Martin, Ingrid Bergman, Carol Burnett, Veronica Cartwright, Danny Thomas
Directed By:
Jack Shea, Dick McDonough, Jim Jordan, Bill Ward
The Love Boat (1977)
The Love Boat
TV-G
Starring:
Doris Roberts, Janet Leigh, Dick Van Patten, David Hasselhoff, Sir John Mills, Courteney Cox, Andy Warhol
Directed By:
Richard Kinon, Roger Duchowny, Robert Scheerer, Allen Baron, Ted Lange
Glitter (1984)
Glitter
Starring:
Helen Hayes, Linda Evans, Anthony Newley, Melissa Sue Anderson, Tom Bosley, Robert Reed, Phyllis Diller
Directed By:
Jackie Cooper

Ginger Rogers Awards

Academy Awards
Kitty Foyle Best Actress in a Leading Role 1941