The Golden Age of Hollywood

THE GROOM WORE SPURS (1951)

Starring:

Ginger Rogers, Jack Carson & Joan Davis

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This is a fun movie that I already have in my collection! Ginger Rogers is an attorney who ends up representing her idol, a movie cowboy played by Jack Carson. It's a fun romance.

I will rewatch it and hope that I won't be the only one to watch it and comment on it...

Is a silly yet agreeable light romantic comedy, it's a fast-paced 80 minutes, and I always enjoy Ginger Rogers... a glimpse of Ginger before her RKO roles with Fred. Thanks!

If you like to see Ginger in her pre-Fred days, check out A Shriek in the Night and The Thirteenth Guest, both viewable for free online. These are from 1933 and 1932. I also loved her in Gold Diggers of 1933.

Thanks for this Rosie!

Ginger Rogers was such a cutie....mostly know for her talents as a dancer with Fred, but that's not the case, she was marvellous in light comedy roles. This is an example, but my favourite is Bachelor Mother (1939) co-starring David Niven and Charles Coburn.

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