Princess Diana dancing with John Travolta in the entrance hall at the White House, November 1985 during an official Royal visit to Washington D.C Diana, who was a keen dancer and ballerina in her childhood days and also a big fan of Saturday Night Fever, made world headlines in 1985 when she showed off a footloose and fancy free dance routine with King of dance John Travolta. Unknown photographer.
Thank you Rawad Nassif for this contribution. I am not the author of these photos. These photos are public domain.
Thank you Rawad Nassif for this contribution
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This is our very first Gene Kelly post !!
Albanian-American photographer Gjon Mili (1904- 1984) is best known for his work in LIFE magazine and for his photos of very famous artists including Gene Kelly in 1944. Around the period of “Cover Girl,” a Columbia movie, is this dance in which double-exposure photography shows Kelly struggling bitterly with his conscience. The Gijon Mili pictures shown below capture the extraordinary grace and inventiveness of this number.
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Caption from LIFE, describing a dance Gene Kelly performed in the 1944 movie, Cover Girl. “Kelly rises, tries to leap away. But his conscience continues to pursue him.”
© Claudia Cardinale and Federico Fellini during the production of 8 & 1/2 in 1963.