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Elvis Presley
Patrick Swayze
Frank Sinatra
Gene Kelly
Frankie Avalon
Fred Astaire

Elvis Presley:
Former truck driver & theater usher, who was once known as “The Hillbilly Cat”,  established himself as the undisputed “King of Rock n Roll”.  With 31 feature movies & two big screen documentaries to his credit, not to mention numerous hit songs, Elvis’ legend continues to live on.

Patrick Swayze:
Texas born dancer Swayze appeared in a Broadway production of  “Grease” before making his film debut in “Skatetown USA”. He later achieved superstar status when he starred as resort dancer, John Castle, opposite Jennifer Grey in the hugely popular dance flick “Dirty Dancing” (1987)

Frank Sinatra
This blue-eyed saloon singer from New Jersey used his unique vocal talents to break into films. Frank’s film appearances began in musical comedies & later a variety of dramas & action adventures. His career peaked in 1954 with an Oscar win for his work in “From Here To Eterenity”.

Gene Kelly
One of Hollywood’s greatest dancers who easily moved from singing & dancing on Broadway to starring in big screen films, most notably, “For Me & My Gal”, “Singing In The Rain”, “Anchors Aweigh”, “The Pirate”, “Take Me Out To The Ball Game”, “On The Town” & “Xanadu” (1980).

Frankie Avalon
Philadelphia pop singer whose career began with  small parts in films such as “Guns Of The Timberland”, “The Alamo”, “Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea” & “Drums Of Africa” before hitting box office gold with the popular “Beach Party” film series that co-starred Disney’s Annette Funicello.

Fred Astaire
This son of an Austrian immigrant went from vaudeville to Broadway to big screen movies. Fred’s dancing talent has yet to be equaled & his on-screen partnership with Ginger Rogers produced some of the greatest dance films of all-time, most notably, “Top Hat” & “Swing Time”.

Cliff Richard
John Travolta
Tommy Steele
Adolfo Quinones
Fabian Forte
Bill Haley

Cliff Richard
Britain’s answer to Elvis who quickly emerged as a successful movie star. His first film “Serious Charge”  (1959) was followed by a string of hit films including “Expresso Bongo” (1960), “The Young Ones” (1961), “Summer Holiday” (1963), “Wonderful Life” (1964) & “Finder’s Keepers (1966).

John Travolta
Charismatic performer from an acting family who gained attention on TV playing Vinnie Barbarino in the high school sitcom “Welcome Back Kotter”. In no time at all Travolta was the lead in two of the most popular musicals of all-time, “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever”.

Tommy Steele
One of the first British pop stars to emerge in a similar mold to Elvis Presley. Tommy’s career quickly moved from singing & dancing in London’s hip coffee houses to starring in feature films such as, “The Duke Wore Jeans”, “Half A Sixpence” & “Tommy The Toreador”  (1959).

Adolfo Quinones
Dance choreographer turned actor, sometimes known as “Shabbo-Doo”, helped turn street dancing into an art form & world craze during the 1980’s after starring in a string of funky hip-hop dance flicks, most notably,  “Breakin”, “Breakin 2”, & “Lambada: Set The Night On Fire ”.

Fabian Forte
Pop star & teen heartthrob of the 1950’s & 1960’s who made his big screen debut in Don Siegel’s “Hound-Dog Man”. Fabian went on to co-star with some of Hollywood’s biggest names including Bing Crosby (High Time), John Wayne (North To Alaska) and James Stewart (Dear Brigitte).

Bill Haley
The father of Rock n Roll whose music was so revolutionary it was inevitable that it would take him to the big screen. Bill’s most notable film appearances include, ”Round Up Of Rhythm”, “Rock Around The Clock”, “Don’t Knock The Rock” & “Atlantic City Holiday”.

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