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Ginger and Fred's Song Stats

Fred sang 20 solos:

Fred led a chorus of others in singing:

  • "We Saw the Sea" in FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936)
  • "Slap That Bass" in SHALL WE DANCE (1937)
  • "Hello, Hello. Who's Your Lady Friend?" in THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939)
  • "Manhattan Downbeat" in THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY (1949)

Ginger sang 5 solos:

  1. "Music Makes Me" in FLYING DOWN TO RIO (1933)
  2. "I'll Be Hard to Handle" in ROBERTA (1935)
  3. "They All Laughed" in SHALL WE DANCE (1937)
  4. "The Yam" (Click here) in CAREFREE (1938)
  5. "The Yama Yama Man" in THE STORY OF VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE (1939)

Ginger sang the lead, supported by others in:

Fred and Ginger sang 7 duets:

  1. "I Won't Dance" in ROBERTA (1935)
  2. "I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket" in FOLLOW THE FLEET (1936)
  3. "Pick Yourself Up" (Click here) in SWING TIME (1936)
  4. "A Fine Romance" in SWING TIME (1936)
  5. "Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" in SHALL WE DANCE (1937)
  6. "They All Laughed" (reprise) in SHALL WE DANCE (1937)
  7. "My One and Only Highland Fling" (Click here) in THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY (1949)

Fred and Ginger sang 2 trios:

  1. "Lovely to Look At"  (with Irene Dunne) in ROBERTA (1934)
  2. "A Weekend in the Country" (with Oscar Levant) in THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY (1949)

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