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Ginger Rogers (1911-1995), with Fred Astaire (1899-1987), in George Stevens’ film, “Swing Time,” 1936

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So many PRETTY things (36 photos)

Ginger Rogers - In Person (1935) she's beautiful and so is this dress

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Ginger Rogers in Vivacious Lady (1938)

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The Most Elegant Blondes Of All Time

Ginger Rogers -- (Born: Julio 16, 1911 ~ Died: Abril 25, 1995). Her birth name was Virginia Katherine McMath. Actress, Singer, Artist & Dancer. She was in many films with Fred Astaire. Ginger died of a Heart Attack, age 83.

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31 Beautiful Posters That Will Teach You A Damn Thing

A classy AF dance filmography of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. | 31 Beautiful Posters That Will Teach You A Damn Thing

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Ginger Rogers is so stunning. I just finished watching Carefree today & she was fantastic as always.

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One of my favorite moments in one of the best scenes in one of my favorite movies of all time. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.

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Ginger Rogers-saw her onstage in Hello, Dolly. Many years later, shared a table at a Japanese restaurant near Palm Springs. Lovely.

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Ginger Rogers - Born Virginia Katherine McMath in Independence in 1911, Ginger Rogers is known for the many musicals in which she danced with Fred Astaire. In 1941, she won her only Oscar in "Kitty Foyle." Although Rogers spent most of her childhood in Texas, she attended kindergarten and first grade at Benton school in KC.

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Ginger Rogers photographed by John Miehle, 1938. LOVE THE SWEATER WITH ARROWS !!

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