Eleanor Powell's last big-screen appearance - other than clips in compilation movies of the 1970s-90s
("That's Entertainment" and its successors) - was a cameo in this 1950 film. MGM had moved on from lavish
tap dance productions to extravagant water ballets, with Esther Williams as their new female star.
Eleanor spent the next few years leading an Emmy award-winning local religious show for children, while raising her son Peter.
In the early 1960s, after her divorce from Glenn Ford, she made a very successful comeback as a nightclub entertainer,
dancing as well or better than in her earlier days, according to the critics
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers:
Ginger Rogers & Fred Astaire
Nicholas Brothers. Mais je vous en prie, n'essayez pas de les imiter ou alors relisez attentivement votre contrat d'assurance....
Chattanooga Choo Choo! (Musique...Claquettes...)
Jazz roots: Emile, Andy Spitz, Angela Andrew, et + encore...
John W. Bubbles chante et danse "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" (1960)
Host Jim Morske has just interviewed Dorothy Fields, who wrote "I Can't Give You Anything But Love"
with Jimmy McHugh. He then brings out John W. Bubbles, age 58,
who performs the song, and follows it with the Charleston
Ashok Rai ?? Peaceful Resolution (Trance Breakbeat)
Berry Brothers Dance Act
James, Warren, and Nyas Berry did a dance act with some amazing jumps and splits.
See what they do after jumping off the balcony.
This is me dancing with my tap class from NWVC. My FIRST tap class. The choreo is classic and was taught to us by Paula Gorman
"Tap Shim Sham - Putting it All Together" - Tap Dance Lesson by Ev