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
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
The Quintessential Dancer - Fred Astaire by William Malcolm..... when dancing was actually amazing..
Not the Most Handsome...but Boy Could This Guy Dance...Wish I Could Have Been There - Fred Astaire
He is a male butterfly without the wings - the same kind of grace of a very young horse, so angular.” -Mikhail Baryshnikov
Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire
Please stop judging me because Fred Astaire is my Pinterest Kryptonite
fun fact: I've always said there's a reason why no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire - because who would be able to play a quadruple-threat with the same kind of charisma? It turns out no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire because he "stipulated in his will that no film representations of himself be made". Now we know he's a quintuple-threat, for his intelligence and foresight.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. "Heaven, I'm in heaven...." (Ballroom dance.)