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☆ America's most famous dancing partners, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, appear together on the cover of Life magazine on August the 22nd in 1938.
☆ She became a member of the vaudeville troupe called ‘Ginger and Pepper’ and made her debut on Broadway musical show ‘Top Speed’ on December 25, 1929.
☆ Was given the name "Ginger" by her little cousin who couldn't pronounce "Virginia" correctly.
☆ She didn't drink: she had her very own ice cream soda fountain
☆ Was Hollywood's highest paid star of 1942.
☆ Her first teaming with Fred Astaire, Flying Down to Rio (1933), was her 20th film appearance but only Astaire's second.
☆ She owned a lingerie factory in Rock Island Tennessee, called Form Fit Rogers.
☆ A keen artist, Ginger did many paintings, sculptures and sketches in her free time but could never bring herself to sell any of them.
☆ Was named #14 Actress on The AFI 50 Greatest Screen Legends
☆ Directed her first stage musical,'Babes in arms', at age 74.