THE GAY DIVORCEE (1934) Oscar winner* The Continental revels in precision-dance joy, Cole Porter??Â€?s Night and Day sways with timeless grace and Fred and Ginger??Â€?s first top billing sets the tone for more film hits to come. SHALL WE DANCE (1937) A George and Ira Gershwin score has Fred tapping to Slap That Bass rhythms of a ship??Â€?s engine room and the duo??Â€?s Let??Â€?s Call the Whole Thing Off skate routine. Pure bliss! SWING TIME (1936) One of the team??Â€?s greatest! The Jerome Kern/Dorothy Fields score goes from jubilant (Pick Yourself Up, Bojangles of Harlem) to sublime (the Oscar-winning** The Way You Look Tonight, A Fine Romance). TOP HAT (1935) The pair??Â€?s best-remembered film features Fred??Â€?s signature Top Hat, White Tie and Tails, the incomparably romantic Cheek to Cheek and more in Irving Berlin??Â€?s tip-top score. DISC 1: SIDE A ~ THE GAY DIVORCEE INCLUDES: ??Â€? 2 Shorts ??Â€? Show Kids and Star Night at the Cocoanut Grove ??Â€? Cartoon Shake Your Powder Puff ??Â€? Audio-Only Bonus: Hollywood on the Air Radio Promo ??Â€? Theatrical Trailer SIDE B ~ SHALL WE DANCE INCLUDES: ??Â€? Commentary by Songwriter Hugh Martin and Pianist Kevin Cole ??Â€? Featurette The Music of Shall We Dance ??Â€? Musical Short Sheik to Sheik ??Â€? Cartoon Toy Town Hall DISC 2: SIDE A ~ SWING TIME INCLUDES: ??Â€? Commentary by John Mueller, Author of Astaire Dancing ??Â€? Featurette The Swing of Things: Swing Time Step by Step ??Â€? Musical Short Hotel a la Swing ??Â€? Cartoon Bingo Crosbyana ??Â€? Theatrical Trailer SIDE B ~ TOP HAT INCLUDES: ??Â€? Commentary by Fred Astaire??Â€?s Daughter Ava Astaire McKenzie and Film Historian Larry Billman ??Â€? Featurette On Top: Inside the Success of Top Hat ??Â€? Comedy Short Watch the Birdie with Bob Hope ??Â€? Cartoon Page Miss Glory ??Â€? Theatrical Trailer All 4 Movies ??Â€? Subtitles: English, Fran??ais & Espa??ol (Main Feature. Bonus Material/Trailer May Not Be Subtitled).