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if you had the chance to dance in any musical which would you choose


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Since I'm rather new to the message boards, I'm not sure what you are referring to, Johnm. Perhaps you can explain it to me. I'm loving being a part of this, since I'm a movie lover from way back. Thanks, Johnm.;

 

Terrence.

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> {quote:title=Terrence1 wrote:}{quote}

> Since I'm rather new to the message boards, I'm not sure what you are referring to, Johnm. Perhaps you can explain it to me. I'm loving being a part of this, since I'm a movie lover from way back. Thanks, Johnm.;

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> Terrence.

 

You know what, Terrence? It just doesn't matter. It's just something from the past, and it doesn't matter. Enjoy your time here, and keep enjoying movies. Your pick is a good one. Who wouldn't want to dance with Vera-Ellen?!

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I, personally, prefer Jerry Herman and Frank Loesser over Cole Porter, for words and music guys; but I certainly appreciate Porter's talent. *High Society* and *Anything Goes* (60s version) are favorites of mine.

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Easy one..... I'd love to have been in the chorus for "Pass That Peace Pipe" from the glorious *Good News.* This is hands down one of the great production numbers and features Joan McCracken and Ray McDonald. A superb number.

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I would have loved to been around and dance in the chorus number of Broadway Melody in Singing In the Rain. While watching the dvd I try to follow the steps in my living room without knocking down lamps etc. I had the opportunity to recreate in a talent show Couple of Swells from Easter Parade. I played Fred and my partner of course was Judy. We did a fairly good "re-creation" of it. The steps were easy enough to follow and we brought the house down. That is the closest I ever got to doing an actual movie musical dance,

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