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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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Fred Astaire The American actor, singer and dancer at his house in Beverly Hills, California, on May 24, 1966
We wanted to do something together and were looking for the right project when someone suggested the idea of Fred Astaire and we fell in love with it really.
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.
The first, "There's a Difference and Astaire Is It," compares him to other dancers and singers who were active during his career.
In an inherently collaborative medium like the film musical, Astaire achieved great success throughout his career with a string of talented partners.
We asked Mrs Coffeegrinder what use she thought anyone would have for an umbrella that does not look much like the late Mr Fred Astaire.
During World War II she made seven movies--not one with Astaire, whose last film with her was 1939's The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle.
The divestment marks the completion of Astairea[euro](tm)s disposal programme, which included the sales of Astaire Securities, Dowgate Capital Stockbrokers and RD, it said.
And Putting on the Ritz: A Celebration of Fred Astaire and His Leading Ladies is designed to do just what it says on the tin.
Canada-based Northland Capital Partners Inc (NCP) has said that it will acquire Astaire Securities, a unit of UK's Astaire Group Plc (LSE: ASTR), for GBP2.
Michael had truly created a '50s universe in his head, being a Fred Astaire devotee.