High Society

High Society (1956): A jazz musician gets divorced from a wealthy socialite, but stays in love with her.  She is about to re-marry, and must ultimately choose between men.

Directed by Charles Walters

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  • Liz

    Deliciously wonderful fun. Crosby, Sinatra, Satchmo, Kelly — who could ask for anything more. Sinatra singing with his idol, Crosby, is worth the entire film. Too good to miss — or see again, and again.

  • Karin

    Love this movie my favorite song is what a swell party this is In which I learned the word ass-ter-bar which since I try not to swear comes in handy