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1957: With MGM and second retirement.
Yet he in a minute returned to the big partition to put in place of the injured Gene Kelly in Easter Column en face Judy Chaplet and Ann Miller and for a end reunion with Rogers in The Barkleys of Broadway (1949). He then went on to make more musicals during the 1950s: Let's Trip the light fantastic (1950) with Betty Hutton Sovereign Marriage (1951) with Jane Powell Three Small Words (1950) and The Belle of New York (1952) with Ellen The Pack Wagon (1953) and Silk Stockings (1957) with Cyd Charisse Daddy S heart out Legs (1955) with Leslie Caron and Risible Kisser (1957) with Audrey Hepburn.
During 1952 Astaire recorded The Astaire Recounting a four aggregate album with a quintet led by Oscar Peterson. The album provided a euphonious overview of Astaire's tier and was produced by Norman Granz. The Astaire Saga later won the Grammy Passage of Eminence Award in 1999 a one of a kind Grammy award to honor recordings that are at least five years old and that keep "qualitative or documented drift."
His legacy at this point was thirty euphonious films in five years. Afterwards Astaire announced that he was removed from dancing in Technical pellicle to focus on stage acting scoring s top reviews for the atomic war photoplay On the Lakeshore (1959).
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