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Published Date: 10/17/2014
Rita Hayworth’s titillating (for the time) roles in 1940s films like "Gilda" and "The Strawberry Blonde" earned her the nickname “The Great American Love Goddess,” and a famous LIFE magazine photo inspired World War II GIs as they served overseas. But she also was one...
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Published Date: 8/23/2014
Gene Kelly made all his dance partners bring their "A" game. Whether it was comedian Phil Silvers, a mop or the cartoon mouse Jerry, you could not take your eyes off the screen. When he danced with his equals such as...
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Published Date: 8/18/2014
Patrick Swayze's powerful charisma and charm helped to define masculinity in 1980s America. At once an action star and a gifted dancer, he enjoyed a successful...
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Published Date: 8/8/2014
In show biz, a "Triple Threat" is a performer who can act, sing and dance – and do all of them well. Join us as we take a look at some of our favorite triple threats from film and television...
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Published Date: 7/6/2014
While the name Van McCoy might not spark immediate recognition, people of a certain age do know the song and dance that made him famous: "The Hustle"...
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Published Date: 6/17/2014
Former President Teddy Roosevelt and Hollywood dance legend Cyd Charisse, aka Tula Ellice Finklea, had a few things in common – great charisma, multiple marriages – and both turned to intense physical training to overcome childhood illness...
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