Ginger Rogers

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United States dancer and film actress who partnered with Fred Astaire (1911-1995)

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He stammered, "But I have Ginger Rogers to present the award in person.
Film has become one of our era's great instruments of nostalgia, enabling us to look at the forever youthful Charlie Chaplin or Ginger Rogers and to marvel at their magical movement and expression.
With the help of leading choreographer Kim Gavin and conductor John Wilson, she'll get to play both Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers as she gives us her interpretations of Puttin' On the Ritz and Cheek to Cheek.
Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did, and she did it backwards and in high heels.
The title of Backwards In High Heels--the Ginger Musical refers to the famous observation that Ginger Rogers could do everything Fred Astaire did, and do it backwards in high heels.
The 1937 Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers film will be screened at 2 p.
Later that same year someone at RKO Pictures had the genius to partner him with another Broadway expatriate, Ginger Rogers, in significant but secondary roles in Flying Down to Rio, nominally starring Dolores Del Rio.
1995: American actress and dancer Ginger Rogers, famous for partnering Fred Astaire in
In particular, Heather Graham's character, Gray, is looking for "someone who doesn't think Ginger Rogers is one of the Spice Girls, someone who wouldn't consider going to Florida 'traveling,' someone who's not afraid to try Ethiopian food.
I remember sitting across the table from Ginger Rogers and, later, photographing Bob Langley dancing with her - lucky devil
Written by Harry Segall, this comedy stars Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers, Charles Coburn, Hugh Marlowe and Marilyn Monroe in the role of Miss Lois Laurel: a role that added an ounce of nothing to Monroe's acting career.
Once they get past the first few levels of the game, the pace picks up and the arrow combinations become more complicated, until the players begin to look somewhat like Fred Astaire chasing after Ginger Rogers.
There is a mesmerizing film of Josephine Baker dancing, and of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers gliding across the floor in the Hollywood film The Gay Divorcee, the set of which epitomized and helped to popularize Art Deco.