What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Just Dance.


We are away, so today’s post will be short, but very, very sweet! The lovely and talented Ms. Mojo (if you don’t already follow her, you should) posted the top 10 most underrated dance scenes, and I thoroughly enjoyed them ALL!

From choreography by Bob Fosse to Jerome Robbins to Agnes de Mille and appearances by some of my all-time favorites including Danny Kaye, Donald O’Connor, and the phenomenal Gwen Verdon, the dance scenes explored are uniformly fantastic.

And I so enjoyed the 16-minute dance video, I’ve included a few more of Ms. Mojo’s lineups below. I think you’re really going to enjoy them!

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And because I couldn’t resist…

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

7 thoughts on “Just Dance.

  1. That compilation was great. It was fun to see all of those segments of wonderful dance sequences removed from the context of the movies and there were a couple of them that I had actually never seen before.

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  2. This was fun. Maybe if I had kept dancing I would be in better shape today. lol

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  3. Great walk down memory lane. I have my own favorites and my number one never made the list but that fine. If you can find it, and I hope you do, watch “All That Jazz” for my all-time favorite. But this was a fun day. I enjoyed watching them again. Hal

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