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Fred Astaire & Eleanor Powell

Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell - Begin the Beguine from The Broadway Melody of 1940
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Begin the Beguine - words and music by Cole Porter. The song is first sung in dramatic style by mezzo-soprano Lois Hodnott. After it is sung in what was then contemporary jazz style by The Music Maids. Eleanor Powell & Fred Astaire - Broadway Melody of 1940
From Broadway Melody of 1940, Here is Jukebox Dance - music by Walter Ruick, danced by Eleanor Powell and Fred Astaire. Powell later said this number was her favorite out of all her filmed dances.
Mario Lanza's wonderful voice is teamed with the expert talents of Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell in two video clips of them dancing to "Begin the Beguine".

The song, "Begin the Beguine" is originally from the 1935 stage musical comedy "Jubilee". The words and music are both by Cole Porter.

The orchestral clip at the beginning is actually from "Beethoven's 3rd Symphony Horn Trio Third Movement" uploaded by hornsolos,, at
Fred Astaire e Eleanor Powell dançando sapateado a música Begin the Beguine no filme Melodia da Broadway

From the movie: BROADWAY MELODY OF 1940
This is in my opinion the best boy-girl tap dance number ever put on film. And why not, you've got arguably the two best tap dancers male and female that ever lived. I've included the lead in by "The Music Maids" so the dance begins at about the 1:00 mark.
Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell in one of the greatest tap dance performances ever filmed.

Broadway Melody (1940)
One of the best dance sequences ever. Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell light up the stage with the end dance scene of Broadway Melody of 1940. The longest version available in DVD quality.<br/><br/>