Fred Astaire …..WHAT A TRUE GENTLEMAN HE WAS……NEVER A BREATH OF SCANDAL……AND, COULD THAT GUY DANCE…..HE WAS THE --"TOPS"……….ccp
Ginger Rogers (1911-1995), with Fred Astaire (1899-1987), in George Stevens’ film, “Swing Time,” 1936
FRED ASTAIRE Dance legend and Hollywood heavyweight Fred Astaire, one of the first men inducted into the Hall of Fame, made the leap in 1968. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Not the Most Handsome...but Boy Could This Guy Dance...Wish I Could Have Been There - Fred Astaire
What a flawless human being. His sequence in Drum Crazy still blows my mind. Fred Astaire
Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire / Rita Hayworth (1918-1987) was a dancer & actress in 61 movies over 37 years; is in the American Film Institute's 100 Greatest Stars of All Time. She was born to Catholic parents - dad from Spain, mom, Irish-British. She died at 68 from Alzheimer's Disease.
"Fred Astaire dancing with his son Fred Astaire Jr." There should always be time for dancing around the living room.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. "Heaven, I'm in heaven...." (Ballroom dance.)
The Quintessential Dancer - Fred Astaire by William Malcolm..... when dancing was actually amazing..
He is a male butterfly without the wings - the same kind of grace of a very young horse, so angular.” -Mikhail Baryshnikov