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Astaire

Fred, real name Frederick Austerlitz. 1899--1987, US dancer, singer, and actor, whose films include Top Hat (1935), Swing Time (1936), and The Band Wagon (1953)
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VVWHAT they say Kevin Ryan, trainer of Astaire He ran well in a Listed race at Doncaster and will be more suited by the ground this time.
Feature Commentary: Full-length audio commentary with Film Historian Ken Barnes, including Archive Audio Comments from Bing Crosby, Fred Astaire and John Scott Trotter
However, the Hambleton handler has entered both Astaire and his Middle Park runner-up Hot Streak in the Duke of York Clipper Logistics Stakes on the Knavesmire on May 14 in case a Classic run is ruled out.
The battle for control of Wembley degenerated into an ugly slanging match between Bates and Astaire.
a young Cyd Charisse with Gene Kelly and below, with Fred Astaire.
In his autobiography Steps in Time Astaire described Charisse as "beautiful dynamite".
Mr Astaire said: "The Princess met Mikhail Kravchenko when she visited the interior design fair in Moscow late last year which, in fact, Her Royal Highness opened.
Below left, Paul and Debbie star as Fred Astaire and Judy Garland.
DANCE MASTER: Fred Astaire, famous for his dancing partnership with Ginger Rogers, died on this day in 1987, aged 88
His fans have included such horse owners as Fred Astaire and James Cagney.
Tellingly, Weber prefers the image of fashion photographers represented by David Hemmings in Blowup to the Astaire kind in Funny Face.