Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
For ksbeth of ididnthavemyglasseson.com – table tennis, yes!
Gene Kelly – An American In Paris – I Got Rhythm (1951) – for Mae the onetrackmuse.com
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Makes me think of my nephew who was just here for Christmas; just a little 🙂
A handsome young fellow!
Oh yes….and an actor too, of course.
It is funny how his singing and dancing left him so underestimated as an actor. Because he was wonderful at that too.
Yes, he really was.
still waters run (very) deep.
Ten years old watching a screening of An American in Paris, and something dawned on me — oh my, is it warm in here???
had a similar experience with this one – and a lifetime’s obsession with chandeliers, queens, cross-dressing, pearls, nightclub-people, living-in-5-star hotels, and PARIS 😉
“the bathroom is a religious experience”
Oh Toddy! And that Art Deco masterpiece of a bathroom… I see it all… 😉
Now, he is “beguiling!” Handsome, dark~ there is a bit of a J Depp quality to him (at least in this shot).
I’ve always preferred him to Fred A. He really is more of an actor, and I’m just so not into dancers 😉
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