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  • Udi Maor

    This Is A Tribute To The Lovable On Screen Dancers Dancing Partners Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers & Featuring The Lovely Rita Hayworth & Feature Great Dancing Clips

  • Frank DeFalco

    Fred & Ginger & Rita: Dancing In The Street

  • Bonnie Jones

    Dance scenes of Fred Astaire dancing with Ginger Rogers and Rita Hayworth put to the song "Dancing In The Street"

  • The Shopping Inspector

    This is what I call dancing.

  • Kathy Spies

    Fred Ginger Rita: Dancing In The Street

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