Follow the Fleet


Follow the Fleet Review

A really tepid outing from Astaire and Rogers, Follow the Fleet has none of the flair of other hoofin' flicks of the era, giving us Astaire as an unbelievable navy sailor (who chastises his crewmates in an early scene for not letting him forget he "used to be a hoofer"). Of course he ends up wooing and dancing with Ginger Rogers -- but , alas, none of the songs are memorable.

Follow the Fleet

Facts and Figures

Run time: 110 mins

In Theaters: Thursday 20th February 1936

Distributed by: Warner Bros.

Production compaines: Radio Pictures

Reviews 2.5 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 75%
Fresh: 6 Rotten: 2

IMDB: 7.3 / 10

Cast & Crew


Producer: Pandro S. Berman

Starring: as Bake Baker, as Sherry Martin, as Bilge Smith, as Connie Martin, as Mrs. Iris Manning, as Singer in Trio, Harry Beresford as Captain Hickey, Russell Hicks as Jim Nolan, Brooks Benedict as David Sullivan, Ray Mayer as Dopey Williams, as Kitty Collins, Tom Brower as Policeman (uncredited), Lita Chevret as Showgirl in Casino Number (uncredited), Jeanne Gray as Singer in Trio (uncredited), Joy Hodges as Singer in Trio (uncredited), Tony Martin as Sailor (uncredited), Kitty McHugh as Minor Role (uncredited), Frank Moran as Husky Sailor (uncredited), as Lead Marine on Ship (uncredited)

Also starring: ,