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Great Hoofers and Flash Acts

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Great Hoofers and Flash Acts

Great Hoofers and Flash Acts

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Shows that illuminate the dancing prowess of some of the times’ greatest dancers.  Includes:
1. Slim and Sweets, “Tap Happy” 1943 – Prism camera effect adds to the interest.
2. The Berry Brothers, excerpt from “Boardinghouse Blues” 1948
3. “An All-Colored Vaudeville Show”, 1935. Featuring Adelaide Hall, The Nicholas Brothers, The Five Racketeers, Eunice Wilson, Cab Calloway. 10 min.
4. Mabel Lee, “Chicken Shack Shuffle” 1943
5. The Nicholas Brothers, excerpt from “The Black Network” 1936
6. Mabel Lee, “The Cat Can’t Dance” 1945
7. “Pie Pie Blackbird”, 1932 featuring Nina Mae McKinney, Eubie Blake and his Band, and the Nicholas Brothers. 10 min.
8. The Three Chefs and the Barry Paige Orchestra, “Breakfast In Rhythm” 1943
9. “King For A Day”, 1934 Featuring Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, Muriel Rahn, Hattie Noel, Dusty Fletcher, Babe Matthews, Ernest Whitman. 20 min.
10. Private Alexander Brown “Bugle Call Rhythm”
11. Bill “Bojangles” Robinson “Let’s Scuffle” 1942
12. Stump and Stumpy, excerpt from “Boardinghouse Blues” 1948
13. “Jimmie Lunceford and His Dance Orchestra” 1936 also featuring the Three Brown Jacks, Myra Johnson. 10 min.
14. The Nicholas Brothers, excerpt from “Stormy Weather” 1943 considered one of the best tap scenes ever.


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