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  1. What other aspects of battle of the sexes do you see indicated in this clip or in the film Top Hat? I think as it was stated, Ginger was shown as meeting Fred as an equal in the dance routine. She also showed her independence in the scene where Fred was protesting outside her door. She showed no mercy for him because he stood her up. She did however finally gave in and allowed him entry to her apartment. I believe Ginger held her own through out the movie. She resisted when she wanted to and gave in when she wanted. How does this film distinguish itself from other Depression era musi
  2. What do you notice about the interaction between the characters in these two scenes? Please give specific examples. In the first clip you can see that Nelson Eddy has an attraction to Jeanette MacDonald. His eyes shows his interest as he stops paddling and focuses his gaze on her. Jeanette acts as if she is not interested, but her eyes says different as she turns away. In the second clip more eye contact tells that Jeanette is embarrassed about her performance and Nelson is also embarrassed for her. He ignores the women around him and excuses himself when he sees Jeanette has left the sal
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