I agree with the previous reviewer that Rogers-Astaire probably merit a book of their own. That would also eliminate the problem of "interchangeable faces" for the dolls. (There is a doll of Ginger Rogers and alternate tabbed heads of Cyd Charisse, etc. to fix over Rogers' face.) Of course, most people who buy this book are interested in studying and enjoying the costumes, as I am, rather than cutting out and dressing the dolls. I think actually trying to dress the dolls and manage the fold-on heads would be disappointing. But if you just enjoy looking at the costumes, reading about them, and indulging in nostalgia for a more glamorous era, you will love this book. A lovely surprise for me was the extent to which I enjoyed the male dancers' costumes. I bought the book thinking of all those lovely gowns but was equallly delighted by the men's costumes and the commentary about them.