Uptown Funk Synchronized With The Golden Age Of Cinema   

Hello from Los Angeles. My cousin Beth, from Sherman Oaks, introduced me to a dance video that I will be watching for years. I wanted to share it with you.

It was created by Michael Binder, a movie aficionado, who claims he has watched every single movie ever made. He recently decided to take the song,”Uptown Funk,” and synchronize it to movies from the days of Fred Astaire and Judy Garland. 

It’s wonderful. His final product turned out to be a keepsake video that shows some of the greatest dancers and singers from movies 1953 and earlier perform their moves to “Uptown Funk.” 

You just have to watch legends like Gene Kelly, Shirley Temple, Judy Garland, and Fred Astaire move and grove to contemporary music. Priceless!!!! 

Cousin Beth Young with daughter Hanna and me,

 

Eliot, Hanna and me.

 
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3 thoughts on “Uptown Funk Synchronized With The Golden Age Of Cinema   

  1. I watch those old movies over and over again. Fred Astaire was the king of dance—no doubt about it! The others (Ginger Rogers, Gene Kelly, etc.) were great as well. It’s just that Astaire set the standard so high!

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