The Gay Divorcee (1934)
Footage from the opening "Don't Let It Bother You" scene in the Parisian club is used at the start of the film.
Sheet music shown for "The Continental" has Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers on the cover
Rosemary Clooney says the first thing she thinks of when she hears the word "continental" is a song, a dance, and Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire. She then sings the song from the film.
The movie that Ann Harris and the Walton children went to see at the theatre in nearby Rockfish and mentioned as the second film Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers appeared in together.
One of the perfumes Mr. Humphries tries on is called "Gay Divorce".
Richard: A gay divorcee, that sounds promising.
The alien mentions Fred Astaire and sings 'The Continental'
"The Gay Incontinental" Astaire/Rogers movie seen on a marquee
Luann Van Houten is described as a "gay divorcee".
Wayne refers to the film and its stars Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
mentioned by Mel Brooks
Subject of a $1,000 clue in the category "I Love a Show Tune"
"What's next, The Gay Divorcee?"
Mentioned by Andrew O'Keefe as a possible answer to a question about the movie in which Ginger Rogers first danced with Fred Astaire asked when Eliesha and the Chaser go head to head.
Musical clip of Astaire
Bess watches the Continental dance scene in her home
Features Fred Astaire singing "Night and Day".
Clips featuring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers are shown.
Footages. Night and Day
the documentary shows clips from this film
The dance sequence between Marge and Jacques at Jacques apartment is taken directly from it.
"Settle for Me" is done in the style of Fred and Ginger, mainly parodying the "Night & Day" sequence from this film.