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Actress and Dancer Ginger Rogers

Choose from 45 pictures in our Ginger Rogers collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers shooting Shall We Dance Featured Ginger Rogers 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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1937 Poster Featuring Fred Astaire Poster in Joyeuse divorce Featured Ginger Rogers Print

1937 Poster Featuring Fred Astaire Poster in Joyeuse divorce

A picture dated 1937 a poster featuring US actor and dancer Fred Astaire in "Joyeuse divorce". He began his career with his sister Adele as a vaudeville team in 1916 and rose to stardom in the 1920s in Lady be Good. When his sister married, Fred Astaire continued with various partners, notably Ginger Rogers. His many films include Top Hat (1935), Follow the Fleet (1936), and Easter Parade (1948). Fred Astaire revolutionized the film musical with original tape-dance designed by himself; AFP PHOTO // FRANCE PRESSE VOIR / AFP PHOTO / FRANCE PRESSE VOIR

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American Actors Gene Kelly (L) and Fred Astaire Cannes Film festival Pose Featured Ginger Rogers Print

American Actors Gene Kelly (L) and Fred Astaire Cannes Film festival Pose

American actors Gene Kelly (L) and Fred Astaire pose for photographers at Cannes Film festival 13 May 1976. Astaire began his career with his sister Adele as a vaudeville team in 1916 and rose to stardom in the 1920s in Lady be Good. When his sister married, Fred Astaire continued with various partners, notably Ginger Rogers. His many films include Top Hat (1935), Follow the Fleet (1936), and Easter Parade (1948). Fred Astaire revolutionized the film musical with original tape-dance designed by himself. / AFP PHOTO

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