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peterjaussie:

Eleanor Powell by Amy Jeanne on Flickr.

peterjaussie:

Eleanor Powell by Amy Jeanne on Flickr.



barbarastanwyck:

Eleanor Powell and George Murphy in Broadway Melody of 1938

barbarastanwyck:

Eleanor Powell and George Murphy in Broadway Melody of 1938





barbarastanwyck:

Eleanor Powell on the set of Born to Dance (1936)

barbarastanwyck:

Eleanor Powell on the set of Born to Dance (1936)



pennycarrol:

Films Watched in 2014 - #079. Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935)

pennycarrol:

Films Watched in 2014 - #079. Broadway Melody of 1936 (1935)





Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell in publicity photos for The Broadway Melody of 1940




Glenn Ford, Eleanor Powell, and German Shepherd Bill, photographed by Ossie Scott, c. early ’50s.

Glenn Ford, Eleanor Powell, and German Shepherd Bill, photographed by Ossie Scott, c. early ’50s.



The first family picture of Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell with their two-and-a-half-months-old son, Peter Newton, who was born February 5, 1945. 
The first family picture of Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell with their two-and-a-half-months-old son, Peter Newton, who was born February 5, 1945. 


Eleanor Powell and Glenn Ford at an event, 1952.
Eleanor Powell and Glenn Ford at an event, 1952.


wehadfacesthen:

Eleanor Powell, 1936, a publicity shot for Born To Dance

wehadfacesthen:

Eleanor Powell, 1936, a publicity shot for Born To Dance



dinopaulcrocetti:

Glenn Ford with wife Eleanor Powell and their son Peter, c. 1948

dinopaulcrocetti:

Glenn Ford with wife Eleanor Powell and their son Peter, c. 1948




“Pete and Glenn and I are all note-happy,” says Ellie. “We’ve been sending notes back and forth to each other for years. If I have to go out and speak at different churches, during a period when Glenn’s working on a picture, he’s in bed when I get home.  But I’ll find notes from him in little out of the way places around the room.  He’ll be mad at me for telling you this —-” —Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell, in Photoplay, 1956

“Pete and Glenn and I are all note-happy,” says Ellie. “We’ve been sending notes back and forth to each other for years. If I have to go out and speak at different churches, during a period when Glenn’s working on a picture, he’s in bed when I get home.  But I’ll find notes from him in little out of the way places around the room.  He’ll be mad at me for telling you this —-” —Glenn Ford and Eleanor Powell, in Photoplay, 1956