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Judy Garland, Gene Kelly et  Fred Astaire

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Fred Astaire visits Gene Kelly & Judy Garland on the set of "The Pirate" 1947

Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly | Classic Movie Stars Spending Time With Their Pets

Dane Dame Grace Kelly - Grace Kelly was born a commoner, metamorphosed into a Hollywood star, died a princess, and now lives on as an icon. Grace Kelly seen here, goes for a stroll with her Great Dane on the studio lot between shooting sessions in

Judy "Dorothy" Garland

Judy Garland on the set of The Wizard of Oz reading LIFE Magazine Issue December 1938 with the "O Little Town of Bethlehem Yuletide Pageant" Cover. The release date of Wizard Of Oz was August 1939 So this photo could possibly be dated to December

Mickey Rooney tells Judy Garland a funny story on the set of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's "Babes on Broadway", and breaks up a rehearsal.

Mickey Rooney Judy Garland Babes on Broadway 1941 Hollywood Movie Stars Hand Color Tinted Photograph

Jinger Rogers and Fred Asteire.. The Last Golden Age

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing "Cheek to Cheek" in the film "Top Hat," Ginger is wearing the notorious feather dress which shed like a snow storm for quite a few takes.

Young Gene Kelly, 1930′sfirst posted by   bowlersandhighcollars

wrinklesoftime: “ Cullen Landis (July 1896 – August was an American motion picture actor and director whose career began in the early years of the silent film.

Judy Garland and Gene Kelly, 'Summer Stock' (1950)

Gene Kelly: Gene Kelly made his screen debut as vaudeville hoofer Harry Palmer, co-starring with Judy Garland as Jo Hayden, in Busby Berkeley's 1942 musical fiim For Me and My Gal. (Photo by GAB Archive/Redferns)

Gene Kelly with scruff? Case closed.

Gene Kelly looking ruggedly handsome.Kelly Was Known As "The Manly Dancer"---And, The Machismo Is Oozing In This Shot."Dancing In The Rain" With Gene.

Judy Garland

- Frances Ethel "baby" Gumm was born 90 years ago today. She would later become known as one of the best actresses, singers, and performers to ever live, Judy Garland.

Fred Astaire built his Beverly Hills residence in 1959, five years after the death of his first wife, socialite Phyllis Potter. The bachelor pad’s living room featured comfortable modern upholstered furniture clad in lively patterned fabrics, and walls hung with contemporary art.

10 Incredible Hollywood Vintage Mansions: How the Stars Lived