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Dirty Dan Dawkins
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She was hot.

 

That was very enjoyable.

 

 

..........Widder

I don't think they could ever come up with an appropriate adjective for her or Ann Margret.

 

Yeah, I'm partial to redheads.....

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I don't think they could ever come up with an appropriate adjective for her or Ann Margret.

 

Yeah, I'm partial to redheads.....

Frank was also partial to Rita...at least for awhile. And, the first time I saw Ann Margret Olson she was starring in a high school play, "By The Skin of Our Teeth". I didn't go to that high school...and she was a senior and I was a lowly freshman, anyway. :( Fell in love with her, though... ;)

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That was good. If'n you'd like to see a pretty good movie that is a throwback to these old dance musicals, go see "La La Land." It's been nominated for a ton of 2017 Oscars.

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That was from the days when a non dancing actor or actress got very few parts.

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I admire the talent on the screen as well as the editing skill it takes to make a mashup like this.

 

Not trying to hijack the thread, but what actors today can act as well as sing and dance? Ann-Margret for sure, and Richard Gere was good in Chicago and Shall we dance. Others?

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