Explore Dance Shoes, Tap Shoes, and more!

Fred Astaire and his tap shoes.his many many tap shoes, lol! love watching old movies, top hats and tap shoes, oh my

Jitterbug dancers at a juke joint in 1939 - one of the dances that shaped west coast swing dancing - photo from Library of Congress


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.

“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

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.

Nicholas Brothers in Stormy Weather - Fred Astaire once called this performance "the greatest dance number ever filmed." My absolute top favorite dance video!

Dance & cinema Fred Astaire & Ginger Roger

Top Hat, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, 1935 Movies Photo - 30 x 41 cm

Legends of Dance Bill Robinson and Shirley Temple in a scene from The Little Colonel, a 1935 feature film starring Shirley Temple, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Lionel Barrymore and the Academy-Award winning actress Hattie McDaniel.

Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire Dancing Rita Hayworth & Fred Astaire. We always associate Fred Astaire with Ginger Rogers. However, Astaire admitted the person he most loved dancing with was Rita Hayworth.

Rita Hayworth 1942.

Rita Hayworth Michael Hoppen Gallery - Artist - Hollywood - The John Kobal Foundation - The Bold and the Beautiful - Marlene Dietrich, from ‘The Scarlet Empress’, Paramount Pictures, 1934

Rita Hayworth and Fred Astaire rehearsing on the set of “You Were Never Lovelier”

Eleanor Powell in "I Dood it" 1943

queen of tap dancing - eleanor powell. I like the line of trombones she is dancing under!

”My first dream was to be a ballet dancer. I didn’t know about success at all. You can only hope to get a combination of happy work and a happy life” — Audrey Hepburn. Elegance is style.