On Your Toes

(1939)
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A Russian dance company agrees to stage the new ballet written by a vaudeville hoofer. This 1939 film, a very loose adaptation of the famous Broadway musical, was directed by Ray Enright and stars Vera Zorina, Eddie Albert, Alan Hale, James Gleason, Donald O'Connor, Queenie Smith, Gloria Dickson, Frank McHugh and Leonid Kinsky.

  1. Ray Enright

    Director

  2. Richard Macaulay

    Screenplay

  3. Jerry Wald

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Vera Zorina

    Vera Zorina

    Vera Barnova

  2. Eddie Albert

    Eddie Albert

    Phil Dolan Jr.

  3. Alan Hale

    Alan Hale

    Sergei Alexandrovitch

  4. Frank McHugh

    Frank McHugh

    Paddy Reilly

  5. James Gleason

    James Gleason

    Phil Dolan Sr.

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On Your Toes
On Your Toes

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Status Released

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  • October 14, 1939
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 34m

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