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Portrait of Margot Fonteyn, prima ballerina and host of PBS series ''The Magic of Dance''

Identifier: D002.01.0002.0062.00010


Portrait and mirror reflection of Margot Fonteyn, prima ballerina of the Royal Ballet and host of the series ''The Magic of Dance'' on public television.


  • 1937-1977

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1 Items (photograph)

Scope and Contents

From the Series:

This series contains photographs collected by curator Glenn Giffin.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

8 x 10 inches black and white


Title supplied by archivist.

Inscription and Marks

Typed on back of photographic print: ''The Magic of Dance. Prima Ballerina Assoluta -- Few people know and understand the dance world as does Dame Margot Fonteyn, and she gives television viewers an insight into that enchanting world during her new six-part series, ''The Magic of Dance,'' premiering Monday, October 25, 9-10 p.m. (ET)* over PBS. The series will air on consecutive Mondays through November 29. It is made possible by a grant from Esmark and Danskin, Inc., in Celebration of Danskin's 100th anniversary. ''The Magic of Dance'' is presented on public television by WNET/THIRTEEN. Patricia Foy produced and directed; Robert Kotlowtz is executive producer for WNET/THIRTEEN. *(Please consult local PBS station for exact date and time.)'' Stamped on back of photographic print: ''Library, Colorado Women's College.'' Written on label on back of photographic print: ''Pic file Fonteyn, Margo [sic].'' Written on front of folder: ''Portrait and Mirror reflection, n.c. no date. Pub photo for ''The Magic of Dance'' PBS 6-pt. series.''


Repository Details

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