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    Easter Parade (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Shakin' The Blues Away

    Ann Miller (as "Nadine Gale," out to prove herself as a Ziegfeld solo act, sans Fred Astaire) in a typically blinding performance of the Irving Berlin tune Shakin' the Blues Away, choreographed by Robert Alton, in Easter Parade, 1948.

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