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    Follow The Fleet (1936) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Rather Lead A Band

    After most of the Irving Berlin lyric, sailor "Bake" (Fred Astaire) with a blinding tap number, ensemble staged by Hermes Pan, to I'd Rather Lead A Band, in Follow The Fleet, 1936.

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