Born to Dance - (Original Trailer)
Eleanor Powell and James Stewart star in Cole Porter's first musical written for a motion picture, Born To Dance (1936).
Born To Dance - Hey, Babe, Hey
Eleanor Powell, James Stewart, Buddy Ebsen, Frances Langford and many others, all singing and dancing, playing soldiers and showgirls, to Cole Porter's Hey, Babe, Hey, choreographed by Dave Gould, in MGM's Born To Dance, 1936.
Born To Dance - Rap Tap On Wood
Just a sample of the dazzling dancing by Eleanor Powell (as "Nora Page"), to Rap-Tap On Wood by Cole Porter, choreography by Dave Gould, early in MGM's Born To Dance, 1936.
Born To Dance (1936) - Easy To Love
James Stewart as sailor Ted is not quite the equal of top-billed Eleanor Parker (as single New York gal Nora) as a singer but makes a game effort, with Cole Porters Easy To Love, but hes not in her species as a dancer, so she does a solo choreographed by Dave Gould, in MGMs Born To Dance, 1936.
Robert Osborne Intro -- Born To Dance (1936)
Robert Osborne introduces Born To Dance, 1936.