ginger rogers #ginger rogers #movie star #1930s - Amazing woman who broke a lot of barriers by insisting on dancing, laughing, and saying what she'd like.

he first movie Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire made together was Flying Down to Rio The top billing went to Dolores Del Rio, the Mexican beauty, and Gene Raymond. Del Rio dances with Fred below in a gown designed by Irene.

From the book: "World champion Charleston dancer Bee Jackson wears a beaded and fringed dance dress, popular at the time, as the fringes would shimmer and shake and draw attention to movement. This dress is shorter than the typical styles of the era. Paste jewellery known as "slave bracelets" was often worn high up on the arm as well as the wrist."    Scanned from "Decades of Fashion" by Harriet Worsley.

Bee Jackson-champion Charleston dancer--she is where bee's knees saying came from--l'esprit swing's

Busby Berkeley Dancers 1930's- Busby was movie director n musical choreographer- famous for elaborate numbers that often involved complex geometric pattern that seemed almost "kaleidoscopic"......  -A little more budget needed - Though synchronised swimming routine might be fun!

Busby Berkeley Dancers Busby was movie director n musical choreographer- famous for elaborate numbers that often involved complex geometric pattern that seemed almost "kaleidoscopic".

Dancers at the Windmill Theatre in London, 1940.  - Dedication to the Arts

Dancers at the Windmill Theatre in London practice a routine wearing gas masks and hard-hats with their costumes, (Hulton Archive-Getty Images) (vintage everyday)

Lovely ladies at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York. - Individual characters?

Lovely ladies at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York War Era vintage fashion style pants shoes short skirt shirt top hairstyle found photo print

Tiller Girls London - All legs and formations...

John Tiller created the Tiller Girls of London Dancing Troupe, on this day April, 1886

Revudeville no.184: Windmill Girls, Moy Wong, Pat Raphael, Winifred Hodge and Jackie Jennings at the Windmill Theatre during WW2. - Love their skirts!

Revudeville Windmill Girls, Moy Wong, Pat Raphael, Winifred Hodge and Jackie Jennings at the Windmill Theatre during

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