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    Fred Astaire (as performer "Don Hewes"), an avid drummer himself, raps out the Irving Berlin specialty number Drum Crazy, after the opening song and still before any dramatic scenes, n Arthur Freed's MGM production Easter Parade, 1948.

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Easter Parade (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Drum Crazy
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