You'll Never Get Rich - (Original Trailer)
Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth are a Broadway dancing team that split up when Fred is drafted in You'll Never Get Rich (1941).
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Since I Kissed My Baby Goodbye
Rita Hayworth and her presumptive mother-in-law arriving at the base, then a special treatment of Cole Porter's Oscar-nominated original, Lucius "Dusty" Brooks' vocal, Fred Astaire's unorthodox tap solo, Robert Alton choreography, in Columbia's You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) -- (Movie Clip) So Near And Yet So Far
Their feuding characters persuaded to perform together, Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth in their first musical as a team, dancing to a Cole Porter original, staged by Robert Alton, in the Columbia hit You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.
You'll Never Get Rich (1941) -- (Movie Clip) Boogie Barcarolle
Dance director Robert (Fred Astaire) takes a call from frisky financier Cortland (Robert Benchley), then rehearses with not-intimidated Sheila (Rita Hayworth), their first on-screen dance together and a Cole Porter tune, early in You'll Never Get Rich, 1941.