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    Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) You're All The World To Me

    As entertainer "Tom Bowen," Fred Astaire is all over the walls and ceilings over his English girlfriend (played by Winston Churchill's daughter Sarah) in the famous trick sequence from MGM's Royal Wedding, 1951.

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Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) You're...
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Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Royal Wedding (1951)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Royal Wedding, 1951.
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Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Royal Wedding (1951)
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