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1942 - Tales of Manhattan, Ginger Rogers

1942 - Tales of Manhattan, Ginger Rogers

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.  Their dance movies are phenomenal :)

The dance where I fell in love with Ginger and Fred: Ginger Rogers with Fred Astaire in George Stevens’ film, “Swing Time,” 1936

The brilliant and talented Ginger Rogers...can I get my hair to do this?  pin curls/vintage/old hollywood

Ginger Rogers - Born Virginia Katherine McMath in Independence in Ginger Rogers is known for the many musicals in which she danced with Fred Astaire. In she won her only Oscar in "Kitty Foyle.

Ginger Rogers and Cary Grant in "Once Upon a Honeymoon"

Ginger Rogers & Cary Grant, she was so beautiful - these two were great together in "It happened one honeymoon" and "Monkey business"

Ginger Rogers was one of the most popular stars of the 1930s and early 1940s – and she appeared in an astonishing number of films, five of which are being screened at the Glasgow Film Festival, which starts next Thursday. What was particularly striking about Ginger was her hair, which seldom looked the same twice and which set one trend after another.

Style File: Ginger Rogers’ Hair

Ginger Rogers Finger waving involves pinching the hair between the fingers and combing the hair in alternating directions to make a wave.

gingerrogerss:  Ginger Rogers in Vivacious Lady (1938)

Ginger Rogers - - Vivacious Actor, dancer, comedienne, Partner with Fred Astaire in many beautiful bigger than life movies.

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