astairical:

David Niven reads a note from Ginger Rogers at the American Film Institute (AFI) tribute to Fred Astaire.  (1981)


Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire in The Barkleys of Broadway (1949).

Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire in The Barkleys of Broadway (1949).

"Top Hat" (1935)


Top Hat (1935)

Top Hat (1935)

updownsmilefrown:

Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire in Ziegfeld Follies (1945)

updownsmilefrown:

Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire in Ziegfeld Follies (1945)

voxsart:

1936.
Fred Astaire, with his wife Phyllis Potter.

voxsart:

1936.

Fred Astaire, with his wife Phyllis Potter.

Top Hat, 1935 (via maudit)


Freddie and Dellie, Scarce 1919 (X)

Freddie and Dellie, Scarce 1919 (X)

Fred and Adele Astaire - c. 1920s

Fred and Adele Astaire - c. 1920s

freddy-adele:

FRED ASTAIRE TRIVIA:  Fred playing his last stage production, ‘Gay Divorce,’ 1932.  Fred plays Guy Holden (sans his sister, Adele Astaire), writer of cheap, “bodice ripper” romance novels when he meets and falls in love with Mimi (Clare Luce). 

freddy-adele:

FRED ASTAIRE TRIVIA:  Fred playing his last stage production, ‘Gay Divorce,’ 1932.  Fred plays Guy Holden (sans his sister, Adele Astaire), writer of cheap, “bodice ripper” romance novels when he meets and falls in love with Mimi (Clare Luce). 


Beautiful Freddie

Beautiful Freddie

Fred Astaire and his beautiful wife Phyllis, dressed for a costume party - c. 1930s

Fred Astaire and his beautiful wife Phyllis, dressed for a costume party - c. 1930s

"Shall We Dance" (1937)

"Shall We Dance" (1937)

whataboutbobbed:

Fred and Adele Astaire by Cecil Beaton, 1930

whataboutbobbed:

Fred and Adele Astaire by Cecil Beaton, 1930