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The Gay Divorcee () - Rotten Tomatoes
It's got fantastic dancing, great comedy, and good acting. The Gay Divorcee was the first film starring Astaire and Rogers. Fred and Ginger appeared together in supporting roles the previous year in Flying Down to Rio, and their success in that picture prompted RKO to star them in the film adaptation of the play The Gay Divorce. The censors argued that a divorce ought not to be portrayed as a happy event, so the studio changed the name of the picture to The Gay Divorcee. The divorcee is Ginger, who is seeking a divorce from a husband who doesn't love her but refuses to let her go.
The Gay Divorcee
The life-after-divorce genre is so robust—how many films has Woody Allen made? The two men have carried on an affair for 20 years, while the two women have done all they could to avoid each other: Grace is a pill-popping former businesswoman who disdains even the sight of carbohydrates; Frankie is a muumuu-clad artist known to meditate on dining tables. Morris Home Improvement worked on. In fact, the interplay between the relatively novel premise and the all-too-familiar material gives the show some edge. Is being ditched in your golden years because of sexual orientation all that different from being ditched because passions have dimmed, or because your husband was sleeping with another woman?
The screenplay was written by George Marion Jr. Robert Benchley , H. Hanemann, and Stanley Rauh made uncredited contributions to the dialogue.