You'll Never Get Rich (1941)

Director
Sidney Lanfield

Main cast
Fred Astaire; Rita Hayworth; Robert Benchley; John Hubbard; Osa Massen

Genres
Comedy, Music, Romance

Description
A Broadway choreographer (Fred Astaire) gets drafted and puts on a GI show with his girlfriend (Rita Hayworth) and producer (Robert Benchley).


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