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Jitterbug I love old photos because of this: Even though people dress different ways based on where they are in time and space, we all experience the same emotions and think about the same big things.

Gregory Hines ~ This guy. Is so awesome. One of the BEST tap dancers ever!!

Gregory Hines - What a smile! Birth Name: Gregory Oliver Hines. Born: 14 February 1946 Died: 9 August One of the greatest tap dancers ever. Bet you are still tap dancing for the angels.

Hepburn. I forget which movie this is but it had something to do with beatniks?

“In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit. Dance scene from Funny Face

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Hopefully someone knows how to swing dance at the wedding! So many people leave the swing out of rockabilly, like it's all about cars and slap bass and victory rolls. Listen, cats - if you really wanna rock, you gotta swing.

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Wayne Miller - Orinda, California, 1950 - THAT FACE! = ) this white boy has got it babe.

Promise to hold me up and dance with me if I ever become too old to move my body.......That is LOVE

james and i in 50 years' time, i hope! we don't do it enough but we love to dance together. We aren't great or graceful but we are together and have fun :)

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)

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His technique and tap dance execution is my inspiration. My favorite movie of all time, "Singing in the Rain" stars Gene Kelly :)

Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth, 1942, publicity shot for "You Were Never Lovelier"

Rita Hayworth & Fred Astaire “For me she used to light up everything … She was such a beautiful girl to be around. That’s why she shines so. That’s why she’s a star.” ~ Fred Astaire on Rita Hayworth

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