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Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 547 pictures in our Film collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ginger Rogers Dancing with her partner Fred Astaire Featured Print

Ginger Rogers Dancing with her partner Fred Astaire

Picture taken in 1934 of US actress, dancer and singer Ginger Rogers, dancing with her partner of Fred Astaire, during the shooting of the film "The Gay Divorcee". The production was largely a showcase for the legendary talents of Rogers and Astaire.AFP PHOTO

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1934, Actor, Actress, Black And White, Black And White Picture, Cinema, Dance, Dancer, Film, Filming, Fred Astair, Ginger Rogers, Singer, Vertical, Woman

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers shooting Shall We Dance Featured Print

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers shooting Shall We Dance

US actor Fred Astaire (L) and US actress Ginger Rogers (R) dance on skates during the shooting of their film "Shall we dance" in April 1937. The movie was about a budding romance between a ballet master and a tap dancer which becomes complicated when rumors surface that they're already married.

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Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930 Featured Print

Aerial photography 1919 AFL03_aerofilms_c12930

"Wills, Shaw and Friese-Greene Ready to Film". A publicity shot for the foundation of the Aerofilms aerial photography company taken at the London Aerodrome, Hendon. Francis Lewis Wills was a former Royal Naval Air Service Observer and co-founder of Aerofilms. Claude Friese-Greene, holding the cine-camera, was technical director for Aerofilms in its early days, but is best known as a pioneering cinematographer. We know very little about Shaw, the pilot, probably an AirCo employee. K-109 was a biplane built and owned by AirCo - in 1920 the company was taken over by De Haviland and this model became the DH9b. Aerofilms Collection (see Links).

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