Distribution

Top Hat

Dir: Mark Sandrich

USA

1935

93 mins

U

Play Dates

  • Show All
  • Midlands
  • South East
  • London
  • North
  • Scotland
  • South West

Broadway Cinema

22/11/2019

- 22/11/2019

Nottingham

Broadway Cinema

19/12/2019

- 19/12/2019

Nottingham

Chichester Cinema at New Park

20/10/2019

- 20/10/2019

Chichester

Depot

12/11/2019

- 12/11/2019

Lewes

Deptford Cinema

21/10/2019

- 21/10/2019

Lewisham,

London

Errol Flynn Filmhouse

18/01/2020

- 18/01/2020

Northampton

National Media Museum

01/12/2019

- 01/12/2019

Bradford

Scotsman Picturehouse

23/10/2019

- 24/10/2019

Edinburgh

Showroom Workstation

17/12/2019

- 17/12/2019

Sheffield

The Hippodrome

12/01/2020

- 12/01/2020

Bo'ness

The Leyburn Arts Centre Ltd

20/12/2019

- 20/12/2019

Leyburn

Watershed

30/10/2019

- 31/10/2019

Bristol

Broadway Cinema

22/11/2019

- 22/11/2019

Nottingham

Broadway Cinema

19/12/2019

- 19/12/2019

Nottingham

Chichester Cinema at New Park

20/10/2019

- 20/10/2019

Chichester

Depot

12/11/2019

- 12/11/2019

Lewes

Deptford Cinema

21/10/2019

- 21/10/2019

Lewisham,

London

Errol Flynn Filmhouse

18/01/2020

- 18/01/2020

Northampton

National Media Museum

01/12/2019

- 01/12/2019

Bradford

Scotsman Picturehouse

23/10/2019

- 24/10/2019

Edinburgh

The Leyburn Arts Centre Ltd

20/12/2019

- 20/12/2019

Leyburn

Showroom Workstation

17/12/2019

- 17/12/2019

Sheffield

The Hippodrome

12/01/2020

- 12/01/2020

Bo'ness

Watershed

30/10/2019

- 31/10/2019

Bristol

Cast:

Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Edward Everett Horton

An undeniable classic, screwball musical comedy Top Hat stars legendary duo Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Glamorous and enthralling, a Depression-era diversion beautifully scored by Irving Berlin, it is the most successful and beloved picture of the prolific Rogers and Astaire partnership which saw them produce an astonishing nine musicals between 1933 and 1939.

When American dancer Jerry (Astaire) comes to London to star in a show produced by bumbling Horace (Edward Everett Horton), he wakes up wealthy tourist Dale (Rogers) by tap dancing in his hotel bedroom. She’s annoyed, but he’s instantly smitten, and proceeds to pursue her all over London, then to Venice – despite Dale’s reluctance, as she has mistaken him for the (married) Horace…

We are absolutely delighted to be able to offer cinemas a chance to screen a rare 35mm print of this seminal feel-good musical. Don’t miss your chance to hear its lavish songs (including the gorgeous ‘Cheek to Cheek’) and see its effortless, masterful dance sequences on the big screen, amplified by the iconic chemistry between Rogers and Astaire.

As this 35mm print is from the BFI National Archive, it cannot be cut and joined for screening on a tower or platter. It will therefore need to be screened reel-to-reel using twin 35mm projectors, and will need to be closely supervised throughout the screening by an experienced projectionist.

Play Dates

Booking Information

Telephone:
0207 636 7120

Email:
programming@independentcinemaoffice.org.uk

Available Formats

35mm and DVD (venue to source discs)

Distributor

BFI

Terms

25% / £90 MG (plus £48+VAT carriage fee for 35mm print)

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