1) Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers-Making Love (some extract movies)
A Fine Romance:The Magic of Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers
Movies: Roberta/Swing Time/Carefree « it took awhiLe for me to finish this video because there are so many Fred Astaire & Gingers Rogers dance moments that i Love..i couLd have incLuded more in this one,but the goaL was to create a somewhat summarized/short movie of their unmatched pairing & this sequence of four beautifuL numbers just feLt so right to me as it is..Spread the Fred & Ginger Love everyone! »
2)Fred Astaire & Rita Hayworth – The Shorty George
1940s Hollywood — The Magic of Fred Astaire
3)Whiteys Lindy Hoppers .. Hellzapoppin.
Probably the greatest Lindy hop sequence ever filmed. Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers from the 1941 film Helzapoppin. See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m34eD2…
4)Nicholas Brothers .. The greatest dance sequence
The Nicholas brothers. Jumping Jive with Cab Galloway. An excerpt from the film Stormy Weather.
5) Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell
Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell – Broadway Melody of 1940, the second half of the « Begin the Beguine » number.
6) Fred & Ginger – Tap Dance Routine From The Film « Roberta »
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers_ Iconic dance partners and others incredible performers!
When the two dancers and actors were paired, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire became the most famous dancing duo ever seen on screen. As they joyfully diverted American audiences during the Great Depression, they refined their choreographies and techniques finding in each other a stimulating partner. Purely a professional relationship, the duo nonetheless created a charismatic spark on films within which the ultimate classy American gentleman encountered the bold and sexy working-class heroine. At a time when a kiss in black and white was of an impertinent eroticism, Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire simply needed well executed gestures to depict sensuality: ‘Of course, Ginger was able to accomplish sex through dance. We told more through our movements instead of the big clinch. We did it all in the dance.’