Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Rita Hayworth ~~ Stayin' Alive!

Bet you're wondering about that title, aren't you?!!

Well, my brother sends me all kinds of crazy stuff and when I saw this I knew I would have to post it!

It's a compilation of Rita's movie dance sequences set to the music of the song "Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees
Fabulously done and so fun to watch!

It will make you smile .... guaranteed!

Plus she dances with my absolute, hands down, favorite dancers of all time --
Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire!

♥♥♥  I'm linking Rita to Rednesday over at It's A Very Cherry World -- 'cause there's lots of red  : )

♥♥♥  And linking to Knick of Time Tuesday -- 'cause Rita is definitely vintage!!



  1. I always enjoyed seeing her. We are losing all the good stars.

  2. Someone did a pretty good editing job. Those 1940s movie stars should could dance!

  3. loved it.. thanks for stopping by my world.. I have enjoyed my visit to your world too.. Have a wonderful day!

  4. Hi Sarah!

    Thanks for stopping by, and for your very kind words! My son sent me this awhile back * LOVE IT! Rita is fabulous, isn't she?? Well heck, so are the BEEGEES!! :)


  5. Wow, could she dance or what? I noticed some great background dancers too! That was before they filmed movies with multiple takes and pieced it all together.

  6. that was great! I didn't realize she was such a dancer. And what legs! She was really a beauty! {:-D

  7. I enjoyed watching this and love Rita, Didn't know she was such a great dancer, and danced with so many! My fingers are crossed you’ll share your creative inspiration Sunday evening with Sunday’s Best – sharing is a good thing!

  8. Hi Sarah,
    Thank you for visiting my blog. I, too, am a lover of Rednesdays! It's so much fun discovering new and wonderful blogs. I look forward to visiting you time and time again!

  9. The girl could dance. that's for sure. I never get tired of watching her movies. Thanks for posting.

  10. This is soooo fun. Thanks for posting. Going to repost and credit you of course :)


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