A struggling young jazz dancer meets up with two break-dancers. Together they become the sensation of the street crowds.
Push it to Pop it! Rock it to Lock it! Break it to Make it!
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Did You Know?
According to Lucinda Dickey
, Adolfo Quinones
would often try to show her up and make her feel intimidated because of her dancing ability and their clashes within the film rang true with his personal resentment for her which was also shared by their co-star Michael Chambers
. See more
Obvious fishing wire is seen attached the broom handle and curves around Turbos hand in the close-up shot of him first lifting the broom. See more
Baroque in Blue
From Claude Bolling
's Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano See more