Let's Dance (1936)

  |  Documentary, Short


Choreographer Dave Gould and his students demonstrate various tap dancing steps. Also featured are an adagio and Russian sword dancers.


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29 April 2008 | Doylenf
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| Dancing short is narrated by Pete Smith...
This is a rather routine Pete Smith specialty short wherein choreographer DAVE GOULD demonstrates, with a partner, various dances including tap, ballroom, something he calls "tap-a-long", and finally acrobatic dancing which leads to the film's liveliest segment on "dancing with cutlery".

Various dancers are expert at throwing knives at each other and skillfully missing with great accuracy while performing a Russian number.

This seemed to be a below par demonstration of the art of dancing, only showing some originality when it gets to the knife throwing prowess of some experts. Otherwise, it's a yawner.

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