(1925-28) Toured the U.S. in vaudeville
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I'm most grateful to have had that joyous time in motion pictures. It really was a Golden Age of Hollywood. Pictures were talking, they were singing, they were coloring. It was beginning to blossom out: bud and blossom were both present.
For the "Cheek to Cheek" number in Top Hat
(1935), she wanted to wear an elaborate blue dress heavily decked out with ostrich feathers. When director Mark Sandrich
and Fred Astaire
saw the dress, they knew it would be impractical for the dance. Sandrich suggested that Rogers wear the white gown she had worn performing "Night and Day" in The Gay Divorcee
(1934). Rogers walked off the set, finally ...