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  1. Ruby and Eleanor: Ruby looks like a talented amateur when compared with Eleanor. Ruby's upper body stays mostly stationary, while Eleanor's movements are more fluid. In 42nd Street, the other dancers seem to have a role in the story and their costumes echo Ruby's. In Born to Dance, the other dancers and the musicians are treated like an extension of the scenery. Their costumes blend into the set, and Eleanor is the sole focus. Fred & Ginger: Battle of the Sexes --- The two are on much more equal footing than is implied in their traditional ballroom sequences. Ginger can mov
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