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    Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Very Very Good Liar

    Brother and sister entertainers Tom (Fred Astaire) and Ellen (Jane Powell) just on the boat, she's off to the letter-writing room where Lord John (Peter Lawford) appears, completing their elongated meet-cute, in Royal Wedding, 1951.

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Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Very Very...
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Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Very Very Good Liar
Brother and sister entertainers Tom (Fred Astaire) and Ellen (Jane Powell) just on the boat, she's off to the letter-writing room where Lord John (Peter Lawford) appears, completing their elongated meet-cute, in Royal Wedding, 1951.>
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Royal Wedding (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Open Your Eyes
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Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Royal Wedding (1951)
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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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