This page is not intended to list all the pictures of Fred on the web, of which there are many- too many to list! Instead, this page is a list of all Fred images used on this website.
Fred at around 11
What a happy ol' chap From Finian's Rainbow.
Young Fred with Adele. My favourite picture of the duo.
Vera-Ellen. From the underrated classic The Belle of New York.
Rita Hayworth. You can almost hear him singing to her. From You Were Never Lovelier.
On the radio for the Packard Hour, NBC.
Judy Garland, a publicity photo from Easter Parade
Sluefoot! with Leslie Caron
Gene Kelly, publicity photo for That's Entertainment! Part 2
Multiple Exposure Fred:
Barrie Chase, on the TV Guide cover
An Academy Centennial Tribute to Fred Astaire held on Friday, May 14 1999 at 8:00 p.m. by The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Academy Foundation at The Samuel Goldwyn Theater:
The Program- Cover Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6
Fred Astaire: His Daughter's Tribute held on Sunday, 18 February 2001 by Ava Astaire McKenzie and Presented by Musical Stages at the London Palladium:
The Program (advertisements, cast biographies and sponsors omitted)-
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Fred at 5, from an early performance
The perfect couple: Fred and Phyllis.
Their Wedding Photo, with Henry Bull (Phyllis' uncle) and Justice Selah Strong.
Fred is happy at the AFI Award ceremony honouring him. A very rare show of such emotion from Fred!
Fred and George Stevens, Jr., posing with the AFI trophy.
Fred and his Emmys, with other recipients
Fred putting his feet in cement outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood (4 February 1938)
Richard Avedon and Fred during the filming of Funny Face, 1956
Edward Steichen's pictures of Fred from 1927:
More Steichen: Adele and Fred
Lee Miller: Astaire with Showgirls, 1944
The Economist, November 17th-23rd, 2001, Editorial cartoon.
Ginger Roger's gown from "Follow The Fleet".
The famous Ginger Rogers "backwards and in high heels" comic by Bob Thaves.
Zippy The Pinhead loves Fred Astaire. Two cartoon strips here vividly illustrate this love: Strip 1, 13 Jan 1986 Strip 2, 11 April 1999
Marmaduke, 29 July 2001
DVD screen captures from the Laureate Collection DVD of Royal Wedding. The captures are from a sequence describing how the famous 'Ceiling Dance' was created.
Dance instructors Vernon Cass and Leslie Pan demonstrate the Astaire, a dance based on the jitterbug, foxtrot, and Jersey bounce. Fred Astaire created the dance himself and taught it to 100 American dance instructors at his dance studio, which opened in New York in 1947. From Corbis.com