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imo, is the barn dance from the original Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Love the whole movie, but this scene is just fantastic.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbzJtP75NqM

What's your favorite?


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Its good. But its not Ann Miller with "Too Darn Hot".


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It was the dance scene I was thinking of when I clicked on this thread. Great all around movie.


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Wait! You mean it’s not Ann-Margaret in Viva Las Vegas?!? Huh


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The one with Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen in White Christmas was pretty damn good too:



 
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I'm gonna vote for the funniest frog with the loudest croak on the highest log.
 
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You are right on target YellowJacket.
I was going to post the latter.
The Snake Dance is one of the most incredible scenes - ever .
 
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For me: Fred and Cyd. GOAT.

 
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Nicholas Brothers in "Stormy Weather."





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Busby Berkeley, Lullaby of Broadway ("Golddiggers of 1935")

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RT9L-a8LCWI
 
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The one with Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen in White Christmas was pretty damn good too:



Like a lot of people, I always liked Danny Kaye.




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I think one of the best dance scenes is with Al Pacino and Gabrielle Anwar in Scent of a Woman.

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JHE888 posted it first, Stormy Weather, Jumpin' Jive, Nicholas Brothers. Those sons-of-guns must've had steel springs surgically implanted in their legs.

https://youtu.be/_8yGGtVKrD8

My maudlin favorite is Paddington Bear dancing to Gene Kelly's 'Singing in the Rain'.

https://youtu.be/kHg6QjhvsCM

Going retro again, Cabin in the Sky, Shine, John Bubbles tap dancing.

https://youtu.be/AOGymrTjS0A

More of Cabin in the Sky, Taking a Chance on Love, Bill Bailey. Not the most difficult though very happy.

https://youtu.be/Y8ZXkoRTI3Q

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Going retro again, Cabin in the Sky, Shine, John Bubbles tap dancing.

https://youtu.be/AOGymrTjS0A



Duke Ellington couldn't be cooler, could he? And he's basically just standing there.




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Anyone of a handful of Justin Timberlake videos.



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