June 2nd, 1999

Presented at the historic Orpheum Theatre in downtown Los Angeles for a sold out crowd of over 2,000.

This live stage show preceded the screening of the 1933 classic "42nd Street"

THE DANCING EXTRAVAGANZA
Featuring
Mora's Modern Rhythmists Dance Orchestra
Richard Halpern
Rusty Frank
Chester Whitmore
and Special Guest
Leonard Reed

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Maxwell DeMille introduces the evening's festivities.

Mora's Modern Rhythmists kick off the extravaganza.

"Canary of Song" Kayre Morrison sings "I'm Good for Nothing but Love".

Dean Mora whips the band into a frenzy!

"Prince of Pep" Richard Halpern croons "About a Quarter to Nine".

"Master of Tap" Chester Whitmore taps up a tempest!

The fabulous swing dancers thrill the crowd.

Rusty Frank and Maxwell DeMille with 92 1/2 year old tap legend (inventor of the Shim Sham Shimmy!) Leonard Reed.


Leonard Reed receives a standing ovation!

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