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“For me she used to light up everything. She had a saintly quality, you know. She had plenty of fire too—a lot of that, but there was this other quality about her. She was such a beautiful girl to be around. That’s why she shines so. That’s why she’s a star.” ~ Fred Astaire on Rita Hayworth

Rita Hayworth on the set of Gilda, 1946.

Rita Hayworth. Bedroom glamour. 1940's boudoir style.

Fred and Adele Astaire. My grandmother always spoke of these two,(brother & sister) and how wonderful they were. I believe she saw them on the stage!...very cool.

Rita Hayworth poses for a portrait in Los Angeles, California, photographed by Earl Theisen, 1940.

Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth, 1942, publicity shot for You Were Never Lovelier

Fred Astaire dancing, circa 1930’s: "I have no desire to prove anything by dancing. I have never used it as an outlet or a means of expressing myself. I just dance. I just put my feet in the air and move them around."

Rita Hayworth with her daughter Yasmin Aly Khan