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How to Dance (Short 1953)

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Goofy learns the basics of ballroom dancing.Goofy learns the basics of ballroom dancing.Goofy learns the basics of ballroom dancing.





    • Jack Kinney
    • Milt Schaffer(story)
    • Dick Kinney(story)
  • Stars
    • Firehouse Five Plus Two
    • June Foray(voice)
    • Alan Reed(voice)
    • Jack Kinney
    • Milt Schaffer(story)
    • Dick Kinney(story)
  • Stars
    • Firehouse Five Plus Two
    • June Foray(voice)
    • Alan Reed(voice)
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    Firehouse Five Plus Two

    • Themselves

    June Foray

    • Mrs. Geef
    • (voice)

    Alan Reed

    • Narrator
    • (voice)

    Pinto Colvig

    • Goofy
    • (voice)
    • (uncredited)

    Art Gilmore

    • Narrator
    • (uncredited)

    Lucille Williams

    • Mrs. Geef
    • (uncredited)
      • Jack Kinney
      • Milt Schaffer(story)
      • Dick Kinney(story)
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    How to Dance with Goofy

    Goofy I have always liked, he is clumsy yet very funny and lovable. Alongside Motor Mania and Goofy Gymnastics, How to Dance is one of my favourite Goofy cartoons. With the vibrant colour palette, well-drawn character designs and fluid backgrounds, How to Dance is animated beautifully, while there is also a snappy soundtrack, thoughtful and somewhat sardonic narration(delivered to perfection by John McLeish) and many funny, imaginatively-timed moments with Goofy's chaotic but somewhat endearing attempts to ballroom dance. All in all, one of Goofy's best cartoons and certainly one of my favourites of his. 10/10 Bethany Cox



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    • Release date
      • July 11, 1953 (United States)
      • United States
      • English
    • Also known as
      • Jan Långben dansar
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      • Walt Disney Productions
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    • 6 minutes

      • 1. 37 : 1

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    Walt Disney’s star players wander through titanic plants in the Mickey and the Beanstalk segment of “Fun and Fancy Free

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    Goofy’s rise to stardom was documented both on TV (“The Goofy Success Story,” 1955) and in this 1956 Little Golden Book with art by Samuel Armstrong. (Author’s collection)

    Even though Goofy’s roles began by showcasing his simple-but-sincere naiveté, as he grew in popularity, he was given more and more responsibility in his one-reel outings. Soon he achieved not only co-star status with Mickey and Donald, but acquired an astonishing array of “skills” as well. Starting just three years after his debut, from 1935 to 1940 audiences saw Goofy doing his best as a musician, service station attendant, clock cleaner, ghost exterminator, boat builder and billposter, among other occupations. Perhaps it’s because of these fast and varied “apprenticeships” that around 1940, Goofy found his way to what many would feel to be his ultimate on-screen calling: educational film star! There may have been an inspirational show-biz mentor’s influence here, as well… 

    Walt Disney welcomes Robert Benchley to his new Burbank studio in this promotional photo for “The Reluctant Dragon” (1941).

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    Died Tatyana Legat, Soviet ballerina and Honored Artist of the RSFSR | Legat

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    Died Tatyana Legat, Soviet ballerina and Honored Artist of the RSFSR Tatyana Legat died in the 88th year of her life

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    The famous Soviet ballerina Tatyana Legatumerla in a Moscow hospital. The representative of the legendary ballet dynasty was 87 years old. “We regret to inform you that today, January 27, 2022, Tatyana Nikolaevna Legat died at the age of 88,” says

    website of the Mikhailovsky Theatre. Legat graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School in 1953. After she began dancing at the Mariinsky Theater, where she worked until the end of the 70s. The ballerina managed to work as a teacher-tutor at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater in Moscow and as a teacher-tutor at the Boston Ballet in the United States. Since 2010, she has worked at the Mikhailovsky Theater in St. Petersburg.

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    The representative of the legendary ballet dynasty was 87 years old. «We regret to inform you that today, January 27, 2022, Tatyana Nikolaevna Legat died at the age of 88,», says the website of the Mikhailovsky Theatre. Interfax reported on the ballerina's death, citing information from Tatyana's daughter Alena Solovieva. Legate at 1953 she graduated from the Leningrad Choreographic School. Legat was admitted to one of the Moscow hospitals and died a few days later. After she began dancing at the Mariinsky Theater, where she worked until the end of the 70s. Before hospitalization, she led an active life. The ballerina managed to work as a teacher-tutor at the Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Musical Theater in Moscow and as a teacher-tutor at the Boston Ballet in the United States.

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