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James Stewart, May 20,1908 - Jul.2,1997. In Dec.1996 He Was Due To Have The Battery In His Pacemaker Changed. He Opted Not To. In Feb.1997 He Was Hospitalized For An Irregular Heart Beat. Jun.25,1997 A Thrombosis Formed In His Right Leg Leading To A Pulmonary Embolism 7 Days Later

James Stewart, May 20,1908 - Jul.2,1997. In Dec.1996 He Was Due To Have The Battery In His Pacemaker Changed. He Opted Not To. In Feb.1997 He Was Hospitalized For An Irregular Heart Beat. Jun.25,1997 A Thrombosis Formed In His Right Leg Leading To A Pulmonary Embolism 7 Days Later

fun fact: I've always said there's a reason why no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire - because who would be able to play a quadruple-threat with the same kind of charisma? It turns out no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire because he "stipulated in his will that no film representations of himself be made". Now we know he's a quintuple-threat, for his intelligence and foresight.

fun fact: I've always said there's a reason why no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire - because who would be able to play a quadruple-threat with the same kind of charisma? It turns out no one's ever made a biopic about Fred Astaire because he "stipulated in his will that no film representations of himself be made". Now we know he's a quintuple-threat, for his intelligence and foresight.

Fred Astaire was supposed to play Phil Davis.Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire with their arms folded staring at one an other in a scene from the film 'Holiday Inn', 1942.After Astaire and Crosby's success in Holiday Inn, this film was intended to reunite them. But Astaire had "retired" by the time White Christmas was shot 12 years later and he declined. Then, the part was offered to Donald O'Connor (known for Singin' in the rain) but he pulled out after an illness. then done by Danny Kaye.

21 Things You Didn't Know About "White Christmas"

Fred Astaire was supposed to play Phil Davis.Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire with their arms folded staring at one an other in a scene from the film 'Holiday Inn', 1942.After Astaire and Crosby's success in Holiday Inn, this film was intended to reunite them. But Astaire had "retired" by the time White Christmas was shot 12 years later and he declined. Then, the part was offered to Donald O'Connor (known for Singin' in the rain) but he pulled out after an illness. then done by Danny Kaye.

fred astaire | "i think his whole style is english. he would have things sent from england. he used to get his clothes made at anderson & sheppard. sometimes the movie people would wonder if he didn’t look too english; they wondered if they shouldn’t americanize him a little." [hermes pan]

fred astaire | "i think his whole style is english. he would have things sent from england. he used to get his clothes made at anderson & sheppard. sometimes the movie people would wonder if he didn’t look too english; they wondered if they shouldn’t americanize him a little." [hermes pan]

Bing Crosby said of Fred Astaire-"There never was a greater perfectionist, there never was, and never will be, a better dancer, and I never knew anybody more kind, more considerate, or more completely a gentleman...I love Fred, John, and I admire and respect him. I guess it's because he's so many things I'd like to be and I'm not." Bing Crosby in a letter to John O'Hara as quoted in Thomas, Bob. Astaire, the Man, The Dancer. Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London, 1985. p.242.-"

Bing Crosby said of Fred Astaire-"There never was a greater perfectionist, there never was, and never will be, a better dancer, and I never knew anybody more kind, more considerate, or more completely a gentleman...I love Fred, John, and I admire and respect him. I guess it's because he's so many things I'd like to be and I'm not." Bing Crosby in a letter to John O'Hara as quoted in Thomas, Bob. Astaire, the Man, The Dancer. Weidenfeld and Nicholson, London, 1985. p.242.-"

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