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Steps in Time : An Autobiography
by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers


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One of the foremost entertainers of the twentieth century singer, actor, choreographer, and, of course, the most dazzling "hoofer" in the history of motion pictures Fred Astaire was the epitome of charm, grace, and suave sophistication, with a style all his own and a complete disregard for the laws of gravity.  Read more...


 
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Overview

One of the foremost entertainers of the twentieth century singer, actor, choreographer, and, of course, the most dazzling "hoofer" in the history of motion pictures Fred Astaire was the epitome of charm, grace, and suave sophistication, with a style all his own and a complete disregard for the laws of gravity. Steps in Time is Astaire's story in his own words, a memoir as beguiling, exuberant, and enthralling as the great artist himself, the man ballet legends George Balanchine and Rudolf Nureyev cited as, hands down, the century's greatest dancer.

From his debut in vaudeville at age six through his remarkable career as the star of many of the most popular Hollywood musicals ever captured on celluloid, Steps in Time celebrates the golden age of entertainment and its royalty, as seen through the eyes of the era's affable and adored prince. Illustrated with more than forty rare photographs from the author's personal collection, here is Astaire in all his debonair glory his life, his times, his movies, and, above all, his magical screen appearances and enduring friendship with the most beloved of all his dancing partners, Ginger Rogers.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780061567568
  • ISBN-10: 0061567566
  • Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
  • Publish Date: August 2008
  • Page Count: 338


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