#vintage Musicals + Music Numbers From Old Hollywood
1953 - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Subtext is an understatement in this film. On the camp factor alone. But Jane Russell dancing in a gym full of naked men (dancing no less)… and not until the end of the scene do any of them show any interest in her. Probably because by this point they realize she could be a gay icon. prefer blond
Okay, I had to post this. The barn dance from Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. It makes me happy:) If you look closely the brother in orange (Jeff Richards as Ben Pontipee) is the one actor that was not also a professional dancer. Trivia Alert!! barn dance, song, barn movi, movi poster, favorit music, cinemat movi, brides, barns, brother
June Allyson, Gloria Dehaven, Nancy Walker - Three B's (Best Foot Forward 1943)
From 1934 - Frances Williams and chorus sing "Hollywood" .
Eleanor Powell & Fred Astaire "Begin the Beguine" Tap Dancing. Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell - Broadway Melody of 1940, the second half of the "Begin the Beguine" number. The first half was a tango, formal jacket and long white dress, the kind of stuff Fred did with all his partners, except that he didn't have to cover for Eleanor Powell or maneuver fancy fred astaire, tap danc, taps, eleanor powell, astair eleanor, 1940, beguin tap, broadway melodi
Lise - An American in Paris (1951)