Change of Heart (1934) boasts the final pairing of Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell. From director John G. Blystone for Fox Films with James Dunn and Ginger Rogers.
Each of ten Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers films represented by a vintage newspaper ad. Ten movies, coast to coast, 1933-1949.
RKO’s Vivacious Lady doesn’t have much of a story, but Ginger Rogers and James Stewart are in love, so who cares? A look at the comedy classic directed by George Stevens for the James Stewart Blogathon.
Looking at Ginger Rogers as the 1920s newspapers covered her. From Charleston Champ to Ginger and the Redheads leading into Ginger’s first few movies. Plus the 2012 TCM Summer Under the Stars schedule.
If you celebrate classic movie star birthdays then this was the weekend to let your hair down! Sorting and ordering Barbara Stanwyck, Ginger Rogers and James Cagney by their obvious common theme: fun.
What I liked and disliked about Errol & Olivia Ego & Obsession in Golden Era Hollywood by Robert Matzen, plus a look at four older classic movie biographies that I’ve recently read.
A pre-Code release from RKO Pathe, The Tip-Off (1931) features Ginger Rogers in an early role but most of the fun comes from its fresh-faced star Eddie Quillan.
My Now Playing Guide subscription lapsed so I wanted to put the entire TCM Star of the Month schedule for March 2010 in one place for my own easy reference. Post illustrated with vintage Ginger Rogers movie cards and collectibles.
A brief look at the life and career of Lew Ayres, best remembered as the youthful star of All Quiet on the Western Front and several Dr. Kildare features.
A biography of film star Ginger Rogers accompanied by images of Ginger Rogers Movie Cards and Movie Collectibles including an appearance with Fred Astaire.