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Jazz Dance

USA, 1954 (MIFF 1959, Programme 24)

Director: Roger Tilton

"This little film is mad but magnificent." wrote English film critic Paul Dehn. Entirely photographed and recorded in three hours at a leading New York dance hall, it is a record of the excitement of the dancers, edited into twenty minutes of frenzy.

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