Omnibus: Season 7, Episode 3

Dancing: A Man's Game (21 Dec. 1958)

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Assisted by the top names in sport, Gene Kelly dances on television for the first time as he demonstrates the rhythm and coordination required of great athletes. He also traces the history ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Patrick Adiarte ...
Himself - Solo Dancer
Dick Button ...
Himself
Alistair Cooke ...
Himself - Host
Bob Cousy ...
Himself
Vic Ghezzi ...
Himself
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Himself
Mickey Mantle ...
Himself
Sugar Ray Robinson ...
Himself
Vic Seixas ...
Himself
David Sime ...
Himself
Johnny Unitas ...
Himself
Edward Villella ...
Himself - Solo Dancer
Lou Wills Jr. ...
Himself - Solo Dancer
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Assisted by the top names in sport, Gene Kelly dances on television for the first time as he demonstrates the rhythm and coordination required of great athletes. He also traces the history of modern American dance, and sets out to prove that dancing is, not the property of women but that, rightfully, it's "a man's game." Written by Anonymous

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