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feline chorus line - 'Footlight Parade' - circa 1933 - choreography by Busby Berkeley

Not films, but Busby Berkeley choreography.  Never gets old, never get tired of it.

Not films, but Busby Berkeley choreography. Never gets old, never get tired of it.

Footlight Parade’s “By the Waterfall” sequence (1933, dir. Lloyd Bacon, choreographed by Busby Berkeley).S)

Footlight Parade’s “By the Waterfall” sequence (1933, dir. Lloyd Bacon, choreographed by Busby Berkeley).S)

Busby Berkeley - born Busby Berkeley William Enos, (November 29, 1895 – March 14, 1976) Choreographer and film director.

Busby Berkeley - born Busby Berkeley William Enos, (November 29, 1895 – March 14, 1976) Choreographer and film director.

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Busby Berkeley – Amazing Choreography!

Kind of the silhouette I'm picturing for the Snowflakes, especially the tap shorts. 1920s Busby Berkeley showgirls.

Kind of the silhouette I'm picturing for the Snowflakes, especially the tap shorts. 1920s Busby Berkeley showgirls.

Short experimental dance film Tingel Tangel by Kathryn Ferguson combines two dancers and a wooden dance machine built to parody the Busby Berkeley style chorus lines of the 1920′s. Dancers and choreographers are performers Paloma Faith and Beatrice Brown.

Short experimental dance film Tingel Tangel by Kathryn Ferguson combines two dancers and a wooden dance machine built to parody the Busby Berkeley style chorus lines of the 1920′s. Dancers and choreographers are performers Paloma Faith and Beatrice Brown.

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