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About RhondaWI

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  1. I thought it was neat because it paid homage to many aspects of what this course and prior courses were about.
  2. I agree with others on the styles that are what the studios want from dances. I do want to point out that when you look at Keeler, I believe they also focus on her facial features so that you won't realize that she isn't really using all her body the way Powell does as a dancer. I also think when we look at their dancing styles we need to look at the set design and the props that can be manipulated for use by each dancer. That then further sets what we, as the audience is seeing when we look at the dance in its entirety. If we could find a clip where the 2 dancers are just dancing on an em
  3. As others have already said this is a homage to the days of silents- Perils of Pauline, the Adventures of Rin Tin Tin, but it also reminds me of Dudley Do Right. That has someone is trying to do something great or good - that things happen - they are funny but they happen. In the end things turn out fine but that is how Edwards even sets things up - you know that it just make not be as smooth as it looks.
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