'''''{{Silk Stockings}}''''' is the 1957 Musical remake of MetroGoldwynMayer's 1935 RomanticComedy, ''{{Ninotchka}}'', starring Fred Astaire and Cyc Charisse, with music by Cole Porter.

An American movie producer, Steve Canfield (Fred Astaire), wants Russian composer Peter Boroff to write the music for his next movie. The composer decides to stay in Paris, but three Russian operatives, Comrades [[PeterLorre Brankov]], Bibinski and Ivanov are sent from Moscow to take Boroff back. Following Canfield's successful corruption of these three with western luxuries, Nina ‘Ninotchka’ Yoschenko (Cyd Charisse), an IceQueen displomat, is sent to bring all four men back home...

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!!Tropes include:
* CharacterDevelopment: Ninotchka and Canfield both, under each other's influences.
* DefrostingIceQueen: Ninotchka
* GayParee:
* TheHedonist: Steve initially; he uses this to persuade the Russians not to deport Boroff.
* IronicEcho: Non-tragic example; to demonstrate the changing relationship between the two leads:
-->'''Iranoff:''' ''Do you want to be alone, comrade?''
-->'''Ninotchka:''' ''No.''
--> Later: "''Go to bed, Little Brother -- we want to be alone.''"
* TheMusical: Of {{Ninotchka}}
* TheSpock: Ninotchka, in the beginning.
* UptightLovesWild, with a {{genderflip}} from the usual pattern.