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DEVOTED With his wife Moira Shearer CRUSADING Kennedy's book 10 Rillington Place proved Timothy Evans, right, was wrongly executed for murder.
Moira Shearer best known for her role in the 1948 movie The Red Shoes was always compared to the prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn.
Ballet dancer Moira Shearer made her film debut in Red Shoes in 1948 and went on to star in another six films - the last being A Simple Man, in 1987.
Freddie's ballerina partners included Alexandra Danilova, Alicia Markova, Agnes de Mille and Moira Shearer.
Jenkins and Bussell took on the likes of Maria Callas, Shirley Bassey, Cyd Charisse, Moira Shearer, Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, etc, but ultimately the evening belonged entirely to Britain's (now-ex) foremost prima ballerina and our best-selling opera/crossover female singer.
In addition to Baccelli, she profiles Adele Dumilatre (1821-1909), Tamara Karsavina (1885-1978), and Moira Shearer (1926-2006) who all achieved celebrity as ballet soloists.
Such was the influence of Moira Shearer, doomed but forever beautiful in Red Shoes, the 1948 film of Emeric Pressburger and Michael Powell, telling the story of a ballerina torn between a manipulative impresario (Anton Wal-brook) and an idealistic composer (Marius Goring).
FLAME-haired ballet beauty and actress Moira Shearer has died aged 80.
27, stars Moira Shearer as a young girl passionate about ballet.
A melancholy poet reflects on three women he loved and lost in the past, all of them variations of Prima Ballerina Stella, played by flamehaired Scots star Moira Shearer.
THREE volunteers are closing the final chapter on a career devoted to delivering books to thousands of homes across the North East The trio, Audrey Owers, Joan Nichol and Moira Shearer are all volunteers for the RVS - Royal Voluntary Service - Books at Home service which delivers books to people in their own homes.
Michael Powell''s psychological thriller, starring Carl Boehm, Anna Massey, Moira Shearer, Esmond Knight and Maxine Audley.