Paramount PicturesOn HolidayClassic Stars on the Slopes (Photos)John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin, Rita Hayworth, and a whole flock of Kennedy's are just some of the classic celebrities who have clicked into their skis for a snowy winter vacation. 12.22.13 6:45 AM ETParamount PicturesHulton-Deutsch Collection/CorbisRita HayworthAmerican actress and dancer Rita Hayworth skis during her winter holiday at Murren, Switzerland in 1949. Paramount Pictures/GettyGene Hackman and Robert RedfordAmerican actors Gene Hackman and Robert Redford hold ski poles during a scene from the film Downhill Racer directed by Michael Ritchie in 1969. Bettmann/CorbisJohn Wayne and Barbara ReadIn January, 1937, John Wayne and Barbara Read trudge along the snow-covered slopes of the Big Pines mountain resort in California in search of spot to try out their skills. Bettmann/CorbisJacqueline and Caroline Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy and her daughter Caroline enjoy a joke as they vacation at a ski resort in Idaho during a family vacation in 1966. AP John LennonBeatles-member John Lennon takes a spill while skiing during a vacation near St. Moritz, Switzerland on January 28, 1965. APCharlton Heston and Lydia ClarkeActor Charlton Heston and his wife of nine years, actress Lydia Clarke, enjoy some time off during a ski-weekend at Grossinger's in New York's Catskill Mountains in February 1952. Popperfoto/Getty ImagesCharlie ChaplinComic actor Charlie Chaplin poses on a U.S. ski slope in 1932. APRobert F. Kennedy and Ethel KennedyUnited States Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and his wife, Ethel, view the Continental Divide while skiing at Independence Pass on October 2, 1961 in Aspen, Colorado. Lloyd Arnold/Hulton Archive via GettyClark Gable, Gary Cooper, Ingrid Bergman, and Jack HemingwayFrom right to left, actors Clark Gable, Gary Cooper, and Ingrid Berman ski with Jack Hemingway, eldest son of writer Ernest Hemingway in Idaho. Keystone/GettyClark GableAmerican actor Clark Gable takes in the scene at Lake Arrowhead in California on March 1, 1933. United Artists/GettyRobert WagnerNow that's a movie we want to see. American actor Robert Wagner poses in 1964 for a promotional portrait for the film, The Pink Panther.