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  1. I agree that there is a element of desperation to Hayworth's dance and it's difficult to pinpoint just one reason for this sense. Being a beautiful, exploited woman couldn't have been easy--especially how you see how Johnny slaps her after this scene. Clearly, there's an influence of alcohol too. I also wonder how good a dancer Hayworth was. Dancing may not have been the primary element needed for this number, but at times she seems awkward--and I don't know if that's acting or a lack of talent. I also understand she had recently given birth, so I wonder if there was a small window of tim
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