Saturday, January 23, 2016

Best video I've seen in YEARS

Truly amazing editing! This is a montage of dance clips from old movies set to Bruno Mars. Whoever did this is a genius.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice. Great to see the Nicholas Brothers. Thanks for reposting Ken.

Mr. Hollywood said...

A reminder how many superb talents we USED to have ...and how many wonderful films we USED to have!

Cap'n Bob said...

I like it best without the soundtrack.

Johnny Walker said...

I posted this in the comments months ago ;) SUPERB video!

Anonymous said...

Ladies and gentlemen...the beat...goes on...through 66 movies

The scary part is how many of them I've seen.

-30-

Roger Raines said...

So fun! Thanks for posting.

Blair Ivey said...

Wow! As for the movies, impressive cane work, dancing down stairs without breaking their neck, and moonwalking down stairs. As for the video, someone has seen a *lot* of the dance genre of movies. What, no 'Flashdance' or 'West Side Story'?

H Johnson said...

Wow. Wow. Wow. Watched it three times.

Thanks for sharing that. Absolutely perfect way to illustrate how great the talent used to be... and still is in some cases. Really enjoyed that. Mahalo

Astroboy said...

Ah, I've watched this so many times I've lost count! Fantastic job putting that together. I think I have on DVD always every film shown in the video. Grand stuff. I appreciate that there are quite a few clips of my favorite dancer in the the video, Eleanor Powell, one of the greatest tap dancers I've seen. And the three Berry Brothers are amazing, my God those splits, it hurts just to watch!

Linda MacRae said...

Brilliant!!!! I don't know how he did this but I do believe it took a lot of work on his part? Beautifully done!

MikeK.Pa. said...

Saw Eleanor Powell in a couple of these clips. When I discovered all the great movies from the 1930s and 1940s, while in college, Eleanor popped up in a lot of movies that I saw on the UHF channel showing afternoon movies. She was a great dancer. Unfortunately, it's a name you never hear anymore.

Lorin Walter said...

Uptown Funk seems to be a staple at wedding dances these days. I've dance to it many times...but NEVER like this! WOW! Makes me want to run out and see all these old films again. And again.

Mike Danner said...

That's so good! Here's another one to check out, if you're interested. Pretty cool:

http://wgntv.com/2015/03/27/every-dance-in-movie-history-in-shut-up-and-dance-compilation/

Buttermilk Sky said...

Two minutes in, is that Bela Lugosi? Damn!