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  1. Just based on my observations between these two clips, and it could be more of a difference between the choreographers than the individual dancing styles, but Powell moved all over the space and interacted with many different characters. Keeler mostly just stood in one spot. I wonder if this is more a reflection of how musicals developed through time, similar to what was mentioned in one of our first modules. The earlier musicals, like 42nd Street, were much more stage-like, whereas the Powell clip (is it from Born to Dance?) seemed like it came a few years later, when musicals were adapting m
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