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  1. Vectorman Inactive
    Vectorman
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    Two words: What talent!

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  2. Concretevol Thatcher
    Concretevol
    @Concretevol

    Wow

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  3. Jim Beck Inactive
    Jim Beck
    @JimBeck

    Well Clifford,

    Lets see the brothers when they had passed being professionals and were amateurs.

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  4. Clifford A. Brown Contributor
    Clifford A. Brown
    @CliffordBrown

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  5. Jim Beck Inactive
    Jim Beck
    @JimBeck

    Morning Clifford,

    I am a bit of a nut for tapping.  I think the NIcholas brothers are the best tappers, I think Eleanor Powell is the most musical tapper.  Fred is a great tapper and the force that set the rules by which tappers were filmed, this is full body with the complete dance,  Gene was the most imaginative choreographer, the dream sequences in Singing in the Rain and American in Paris are the best .  Which tappers do you like, or routines?

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  6. Eeyore Member
    Eeyore
    @Eeyore

    Both of the scenes in the OP, plus dozens of others, are featured in a five minute vid celebrating amazing cinema hoofing. It was created by someone trying to keep interest in classic movies alive. In case there is even a scant chance that our ACFers @garymcvey and @titustechera haven’t seen it, I want to make sure they do.

    By the way, in no case were any of the scenes sped up or slowed down.

    BTW, if you click Closed Caption, it lists the movies

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