Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, William Powell, Myrna Loy, Jimmy Stuart, Jean Harlow, Lucille Ball, Charles Boyer, David Niven, Ray Milland
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
It started with I Love Lucy.
Then the search to see Lucy's films.
Had a small part in Top Hat.
Saw all of Fred and Ginger's.
Saw Stage Door - first for Lucy.
Watched it again - loved Ginger.
Things escalated from there.
Yes, I do have a You Tube page under keleigh97. I am writing a tribute to Ginger and have posted the first 13 chapters at viviantalksgingerrogers.blogspot.com. I would be interested in your comments. Have a great day.
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