Friday happy dance

5 Responses to Friday happy dance

  1. Sue Cass says:

    Love the “thought of the day.” Ain’t it the truth! lol

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  2. The music and moves are the epitome of cool

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  3. ibikenyc says:

    Wowee! 🙂

    One day I am gonna learn to tap dance.

    (That shorter guy has a little Frankie Lymon goin’ on, I think [I mean his looks], and was that Cary Grant in the audience?!)

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    • julesmomcat says:

      According to, to which I donate monthly:

      “Calling All Stars is a 1937 British musical comedy film directed by Herbert Smith and starring Arthur Askey, Evelyn Dall and Max Bacon. The film is a revue, featuring a number of musical acts playing themselves. It was made at Beaconsfield Studios for release as a quota quickie.[1] The film’s art direction is by Norman G. Arnold.

      Partial cast[edit]
      Arthur Askey – Waiter
      Bert Ambrose – Himself
      Carroll Gibbons – Himself
      Evelyn Dall – Herself
      Max Bacon – Himself
      Sam Browne – Himself
      Leon Cortez and His Coster Band”

      No Cary Grant.

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  4. ibikenyc says:

    Thank you so much for this! How sweet of you 🙂

    (I woulda lost that bet and made a fool of myself arguing about it; LOL!)


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