Fred Astaire

THE HOLLYWOOD PALACE, 1964-70, Bing Crosby, 1969 premiere season episode

You’ll Never Believe Who Got Their First TV Appearance on ‘The Hollywood Palace’

The show celebrates its 60th anniversary and many of the biggest stars were on it.

black and white photo from the 1933 movie

Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers’ First Onscreen Pairing Happened 90 Years Ago

The iconic dancing duo wowed movie audiences with their moves for the first time in 1933’s ‘Flying Down to Rio,’ in which they were just the fourth- and fifth-billed stars.

Stroker Ace Burt Reynolds, Loni Anderson, 1983

Loni Anderson Shares the Best Surprise She Received From Ex-Husband Burt Reynolds

To promote her new holiday film, Loni Anderson is sharing some fun facts about herself.

MOONWALKER, Michael Jackson, 1988.

He Slept in a Hyperbaric Chamber: Odd Facts About Michael Jackson

The pop star would have been 65 today, Aug. 29, 2023.

BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940, Fred Astaire, 1940

Fred Astaire Wowed Both On-Screen & Off

Remembering this dancing legend on the anniversary of his death.

THE BARKLEYS OF BROADWAY, Fred Astaire, 1949

‘Shall We Dance’ in Honor of Fred Astaire’s Birthday Today

Let’s put on a show and dance for Fred Astaire’s birthday!

Malcolm McDowell, in scene from A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, 1971, 2021.

Catch a Classic: Great Directors at Warner Bros.

TCM’s monthlong celebration of Warner Bros.’ centennial continues with another Thursday evening of titles from legendary directors who helmed films for Warner.

Whatever Happened to Rankin/Bass ‘The Easter Bunny Is Coming To Town’?

Famed stop-motion animators — Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass — had not just one Easter special, but three. Here Rankin/Bass historian Rick Goldschmidt shares their story.