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Dancing: A Man's Game 

The program has only one segment: "Dancing - A Man's Game" (Gene Kelly links the art of dance with athletics in the movements involved and with the aid of top sports athletes argues for dancing being inherently a masculine activity).

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... Himself - Solo Dancer (segment)
... Himself (segment)
... Himself - Host
Bill Corbalis ... Himself (segment)
Bob Cousy ... Himself (segment)
Vic Ghezzi ... Himself (segment)
... Himself (segment)
Charles Keosseian ... Himself (segment)
... Himself (segment)
Fred Orlofsky ... Himself (segment)
Andy Pasinski ... Himself (segment)
Sugar Ray Robinson ... Himself (segment)
Vic Seixas ... Himself (segment)
David Sime ... Himself (segment)
Milan Trnka ... Himself (segment)
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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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Drama | History | Music

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21 December 1958 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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