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    Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Sunday Jumps

    Fred Astaire (as entertainer "Tom Bowen") in his famous routine with a coat rack, to Burton Lane's "Sunday Jumps," choreography by Nick Castle, from MGM's Royal Wedding, 1951.

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