Ginger Rogers (tên khai sinh Virginia Katherine McMath; 16 tháng 7 năm 1911 - 25 tháng 4 năm 1995) là một nữ diễn viên, vũ công và ca sĩ người Mỹ. Bà được biết đến với những bộ phim khiêu vũ trong đó bà diễn cặp với Fred Astaire  và bà đã xuất hiện trong các bộ phim, trên sân khấu, đài phát thanh và truyền hình trong suốt thế kỷ 20.

Ginger Rogers
Ảnh chân dung thập niên 1940
SinhVirginia Katherine McMath
(1911-07-16)16 tháng 7, 1911
Independence, Missouri, Hoa Kỳ
Mất25 tháng 4, 1995(1995-04-25) (83 tuổi)
Rancho Mirage, California, Hoa Kỳ
Nơi an nghỉOakwood Memorial Park Cemetery, Chatsworth, California
Nghề nghiệpDiễn viên, vũ công, ca sĩ
Năm hoạt động1925–87
Tôn giáoChristian Science
Phối ngẫu
Jack Pepper
(cưới 1929⁠–⁠1931)

Lew Ayres
(cưới 1934⁠–⁠1940)

Jack Briggs
(cưới 1943⁠–⁠1949)

Jacques Bergerac
(cưới 1953⁠–⁠1957)

William Marshall
(cưới 1961⁠–⁠1969)

Sự nghiệp điện ảnh



Tên Date Director Co-Starring Notes
Young Man of Manhattan 1930 Monta Bell Claudette Colbert, Norman Foster The line, "Cigarette me, big boy" became a popular catchphrase during the 1930s after audiences heard Ginger Rogers repeat it throughout the movie.
Queen High 1930 Fred Newmeyer
The Sap from Syracuse 1930 A. Edward Sutherland Jack Oakie
Follow the Leader 1930 Norman Taurog
Honor Among Lovers 1931 Dorothy Arzner Claudette Colbert
The Tip-Off 1931 Albert Rogell
Suicide Fleet 1931 Albert Rogell
Carnival Boat 1932 Albert Rogell
The Tenderfoot 1932 Ray Enright Joe E. Brown
The Thirteenth Guest 1932 Albert Ray Lyle Talbot
Hat Check Girl 1932 Sidney Lanfield Sidney Lanfield was the most frequent director on the Addams Family 1960s television show.
You Said a Mouthful 1932 Lloyd Bacon Joe E. Brown
42nd Street 1933 Lloyd Bacon Warner Baxter, Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell
Broadway Bad 1933 Sidney Lanfield
Gold Diggers of 1933 1933 Mervyn LeRoy Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell Featured Rogers' famous performance of "The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)," directed and choreographed by Busby Berkeley.
Professional Sweetheart 1933 William A. Seiter Norman Foster
A Shriek in the Night 1933 Albert Ray Lyle Talbot
Don't Bet on Love 1933 Murray Roth Lew Ayres Ginger Rogers and Lew Ayres were married for seven years following this film.
Sitting Pretty 1933 Harry Joe Brown Jack Oakie, Jack Haley
Flying Down to Rio 1933 Thornton Freeland Dolores Del Rio, Gene Raymond, Fred Astaire The first of the Astaire–Rogers pairing. This is the only movie where Rogers is billed above Astaire.
Chance at Heaven 1933 William A. Seiter Joel McCrea
Rafter Romance 1933 William A. Seiter Norman Foster
Finishing School 1934 Wanda Tuchock and George Nicholas Beulah Bondi
Twenty Million Sweethearts 1934 Ray Enright Dick Powell
Change of Heart 1934 John G. Blystone Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell
Upperworld 1934 Roy Del Ruth Mary Astor
The Gay Divorcee 1934 Mark Sandrich Fred Astaire
Romance in Manhattan 1934 Stephen Roberts Francis Lederer
Roberta 1935 William A. Seiter Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire, Randolph Scott Lucille Ball has an uncredited appearance as a model. She had lines deleted since her character was supposed to be a French model and she could not perfect the accent.
Star of Midnight 1935 Stephen Roberts William Powell
Top Hat 1935 Mark Sandrich Fred Astaire
In Person 1935 William A. Seiter George Brent
Follow the Fleet 1936 Mark Sandrich Fred Astaire, Randolph Scott, Lucille Ball
Swing Time 1936 George Stevens Fred Astaire
Shall We Dance 1937 Mark Sandrich Fred Astaire
Stage Door 1937 Gregory La Cava Katharine Hepburn, Adolphe Menjou, Gail Patrick, Lucille Ball
Having Wonderful Time 1938 Alfred Santell Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Lucille Ball, Red Skelton This used much of the same cast as Stage Door.
Vivacious Lady 1938 George Stevens James Stewart, Charles Coburn, Hattie McDaniel
Carefree 1938 Mark Sandrich Fred Astaire, Jack Carson, Hattie McDaniel
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle 1939 H. C. Potter Fred Astaire
Bachelor Mother 1939 Garson Kanin David Niven, Charles Coburn
Fifth Avenue Girl 1939 Gregory La Cava Walter Connolly
Primrose Path 1940 Gregory La Cava Joel McCrea
Lucky Partners 1940 Lewis Milestone Ronald Colman, Jack Carson
Kitty Foyle 1940 Sam Wood Dennis Morgan, James Craig Rogers won the Academy Award for Best Actress the first year that the Academy was not announcing the winners before the ceremony. She beat Bette Davis, Joan Fontaine, Martha Scott, and former co-star Katharine Hepburn.
Tom, Dick and Harry 1941 Garson Kanin Burgess Meredith
Roxie Hart 1942 William A. Wellman Adolphe Menjou
Tales of Manhattan 1942 Julien Duvivier Henry Fonda, Cesar Romero, Rita Hayworth, Gail Patrick
The Major and the Minor 1942 Billy Wilder Ray Milland Rogers campaigned hard for Billy Wilder and as a result this became his debut film. This remains one of Rogers' favorite movies. Near the end of the movie her real life mother, Lela Rogers, played her character's mother.
Once Upon a Honeymoon 1942 Leo McCarey Cary Grant
Tender Comrade 1943 Edward Dmytryk Robert Ryan
Lady in the Dark 1944 Mitchell Leisen Ray Milland, Warner Baxter
I'll Be Seeing You 1944 William Dieterle Joseph Cotten, Shirley Temple
Week-End at the Waldorf 1945 Robert Z. Leonard Lana Turner Remake of the 1932 film Grand Hotel portraying the ballerina who was first played on screen by Greta Garbo.
Heartbeat 1946 Sam Wood Adolphe Menjou
Magnificent Doll 1946 Frank Borzage David Niven, Burgess Meredith
It Had to Be You 1947 Don Hartman and Rudolph Mate Cornel Wilde
The Barkleys of Broadway 1949 Charles Walters Fred Astaire Originally Rogers' role was meant for Judy Garland who had recently starred in the successful musical Easter Parade with Astaire. However she had to drop out of the project due to health issues and Rogers was sought as a last minute replacement. This is the only Astaire–Rogers film not released by RKO and the only one filmed in color (although the "I Used to Be Color Blind" number in Carefree was originally filmed in Technicolor).
Perfect Strangers 1950 Bretaigne Windust Dennis Morgan
Storm Warning 1951 Stuart Heisler Ronald Reagan, Doris Day, Steve Cochran
The Groom Wore Spurs 1951 Richard Whorf Jack Carson
We're Not Married! 1952 Edmund Goulding Marilyn Monroe, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fred Allen, Victor Moore
Monkey Business 1952 Howard Hawks Cary Grant, Marilyn Monroe, Charles Coburn
Dreamboat 1952 Claude Binyon Clifton Webb
Forever Female 1953 Irving Rapper William Holden
Black Widow 1954 Nunnally Johnson Gene Tierney, Van Heflin, Peggy Ann Garner
Twist of Fate 1954 David Miller Herbert Lom released in Great Britain as Beautiful Stranger; Rogers' husband at the time, Jacques Bergerac, appeared in the film.
Tight Spot 1955 Phil Karlson Edward G. Robinson, Brian Keith, Lorne Green, Eve McVeagh
The First Traveling Saleslady 1956 Arthur Lubin Clint Eastwood
Teenage Rebel 1956 Edmund Goulding Michael Rennie
Oh, Men! Oh, Women! 1957 Nunnally Johnson David Niven
Quick, Let's Get Married! 1964 William Dieterle Ray Milland Also known as "The Confession."
Harlow 1965 Alex Segal Carol Lynley Rogers' last film.

Phim ngắn

  • A Day of a Man of Affairs (1929)
  • A Night in a Dormitory (1930)
  • Campus Sweethearts (1930)
  • Office Blues (1930)
  • Hollywood on Parade (1932)
  • Screen Snapshots (1932)
  • Hollywood on Parade No. A-9 (1933)
  • Hollywood Newsreel (1934)
  • Screen Snapshots Series 16, No. 3 (1936)
  • Show Business at War (1943)
  • Battle Stations (Narrator, 1944)
  • Screen Snapshots: The Great Showman (1950)
  • Screen Snapshots: Hollywood's Great Entertainers (1954)

Truyền hình

  • The DuPont Show with June Allyson, as Kay Neilson in "The Tender Shoot" (ngày 18 tháng 10 năm 1959)
  • What's My Line? (1954, 1957, 1963)
  • The Jack Benny Program (1957)
  • The Pat Boone Chevy Showroom (1959)
  • Cinderella (1965)
  • Here's Lucy (1971) (episode 4.11)
  • The Love Boat (1979) (episodes 3.10 and 3.11)
  • Glitter (1984) (episode 1.3)
  • Hotel (1987) (episode 5.1) (final screen role)

Sân khấu


Phát thanh

Năm Chương trình
1953 Radio Theater It Grows on Trees[1]

Tham khảo

  1. ^ Kirby, Walter (ngày 15 tháng 11 năm 1953). “Better Radio Programs for the Week”. The Decatur Daily Review. tr. 50. Truy cập ngày 7 tháng 7 năm 2015 – qua

Sách tiểu sử

  • Fred Astaire: Steps in Time, 1959, multiple reprints.
  • Arlene Croce: The Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Book, Galahad Books 1974, ISBN 0-88365-099-1
  • Jocelyn Faris: Ginger Rogers – a Bio-Bibliography, Greenwood Press, Connecticut, 1994, ISBN 0-313-29177-2
  • Hannah Hyam: Fred and Ginger – The Astaire-Rogers Partnership 1934–1938, Pen Press Publications, Brighton, 2007. ISBN 978-1-905621-96-5
  • John Mueller: Astaire Dancing – The Musical Films of Fred Astaire, Knopf 1985, ISBN 0-394-51654-0
  • Ginger Rogers: Ginger My Story, New York: Harper Collins, 1991

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