Wilson, Keppel and Betty

Two versions of another weird dance, inspired by Alex's recent posting! That is, Alex inspired my post, not the locomotions of the dancers!

Their Wikipedia page.





     Posted By: Paul - Fri Aug 09, 2019
     Category: 1930s | Dance





Comments
Some find tap dancers fascinating. I always think that they have a doody on their shoe and they can't shake it off.
Posted by KDP on 08/09/19 at 09:36 PM
This is the tap dancing that really gets to me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=byAfC5yW_hw&feature=youtu.be

It seems simple and straightforward enough, until you start asking why she needs such a chance encounter.
Posted by Phideaux on 08/09/19 at 11:26 PM
I'm seeing Riverdance here.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 08/10/19 at 01:48 PM
KDP, great tap dancers like the Nicholas Brothers are a whole different genre. One of their best is here, starting after 4 minutes on Glenn Miller and a vocal group: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1Wc-CRZEAY

It's interesting that they don't show the white musicians and the black dancers together.
Posted by ges on 08/11/19 at 11:32 PM









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