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"Fred Astaire, a man and his shoes".  "He is the most interesting, the most inventive, the most elegant dancer of our times... you see a little bit of Astaire in everybody's dancing--a pause here, a move there. It was all Astaire's originally."-George Balanchine

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

Diane Keaton and Woody Allen in 'Annie Hall', 1977. "La vida se divide entre lo horrible y lo miserable. Tenemos suerte de ser miserables."

Diane Keaton & Woody Allen - Annie Hall 1977 I can't say how exactly, but I know this movie changed my life

17-bob dylan + suze rotolo + lena spencer+ the CAT

Bob Dylan and his girlfriend Suze Rotolo (middle) at Caffè Lena in Saratoga Springs, together with its proprietor, Lena Spencer, in Photo by Joe Alper

Diane Keaton, Woody Allen and Tony Roberts -- Annie Hall

dianne keaton, woody allen and tony roberts, annie hall 1977

#PoeticJustice (1993)

Lucky (Tupac Shakur): "What do you write about?" // Justice (Janet Jackson): "I write what's in my heart." -- from Poetic Justice directed by John Singleton

Fave actress

Some of my favorite celebrity women are also some of my most revered beauty icons. Classics like Marilyn Monroe and more modern female wonders like Kate Winslet remind me of how timeless women can look. Who are some of your favorite beauty icons and why?

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Gena Rowlands & John Cassavetes

Gena Rowlands + husband John Cassavetes, (m. his death // Son: Nick Cassavetes (actor, b. Son: Frank Cassavetes (physical trainer) Daughter: Alexandra Cassavetes (b. Cassavetes (b.

Rub some dirt on it

"There's no crying in baseball!" Jimmy Dugan's (Tom Hank's character) proclamation, "There's no crying in baseball!" was rated on the American Film Institute's list of the greatest film quotes of all time.

Annie Hall (1977) - Woody Allen

Why the rom-com is almost extinct

Diane Keaton, Woody Allen A match made in heaven.at least when it came to ANNIE HALL!