Can-Can - (Wide-release trailer)
An ambitious judge tries to put a stop to the "forbidden dance" at a nightclub despite the protest of its owner in Can-Can (1960).
Can-Can (1960) - Apache Dance
The tune is a Cole Porter composition from the original Broadway show, Shirley MacLaine as Paris entertainer Simone, astonishing her guest (Louis Jourdan), an extended, athletic performance choreographed by Hermes Pan, from Can-Can, 1960.
Can-Can (1960) - Let's Do It
Shirley MacLaine and Frank Sinatra, as jousting 1890's Parisian lovers Simone and Francois, with a Cole Porter standard added to this movie version of Porter's own 1953 Broadway hit, in Can-Can, 1960.
Can-Can (1960) - Lewd And Lascivious
1890's Paris lawyer Francois (Frank Sinatra) is treating his judge friend Paul (Maurice Chevalier) to a performance of the banned title-dance, Shirley MacLaine as their hostess Simone, Juliet Prowse leading the troupe, early in ("Cole Porter's") Can-Can, 1960.