Fred Astaire (May 10, 1899 - June 22, 1987)
Dancing is a sweat Job.
Mayerling’ Episode 7 — Aired 02/24/1957 — Pictured: (l-r) Audrey Hepburn as Marie Vetsera, NBC make-up director Dick Smith, Mel Ferrer as Crown Prince Rudolph
Audrey Hepburn & Mel Ferrer, Paris, 1956.
Actress Audrey Hepburn (1929-1993), with actor Mel Ferrer (1917-2008), date unknown.
I called my father, who had come to Switzerland to be near me. He drove over in the night to come and give me a hug and say good-bye to her. The last time they had seen each other was at my first wedding; almost ten years had gone by. I will never forget his face when he first entered the room and saw her lying there. He touched her hand, as if to reassure her, and then kissed her on the forehead. This was the end of a very important chapter in his life. —Sean Ferrer
The actress Audrey Hepburn dancing the twist with her husband Mel Ferrer, and photographed by Pierluigi at the “Le Bal des Petits Lits Blancs”, aboard the new liner France in Le Havre (France), on January 14, 1962.
-Audrey was wearing creations of Hubert de Givenchy (evening gown and hair ornament, a silk bow, of his haute couture collection for the Autumn/Winter 1961/62), Cartier earrings and golden shoes of Chanel.