1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

Choreography by Busby Berkeley (Busby Berkeley) was similar to the dance in a kaleidoscope, so high was the mathematical accuracy of the complex rhythmic movements.

Busby, the son of actress Gertrude Berkeley, first appeared on stage at the age of 5. He became a choreographer of numerous Broadway musicals, having earned a reputation as a Director of spectacular big dance numbers with elaborate, geometrically accurate transposition of the corps de ballet.

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1934. Busby Berkeley is at the end of the tunnel of the dancers on the set of the film "Lady."

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1935. The line of pianists in musical interludes from the film "gold Diggers of 1935 of the year."

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1933. A musical number from the movie "Parade in the limelight".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1933. A musical number from the movie "Parade in the limelight".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1933. Musical number "to Remember the forgotten men" from the film "gold Diggers of 1933 of the year."

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1941. James Stewart surrounded by dancers in a scene from the film "Ziegfeld Girls".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1941. Dancers down near the stairs in a scene from the film "Ziegfeld Girls".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1932. Dolores del Rio takes Polynesian dance staged by Busby Berkeley in the film "bird of Paradise".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1935. Dancers during the filming of the movie "Passionate about theatre."

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1943. Berkeley sets the stage with Judy garland, Tommy Dorsey and Mickey Rooney in the film "Crazy girl".

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1930. Busby Berkeley posing with a group of dancers.

1930-1943 years: kaleidoscopic dancing Busby Berkeley

1970. Busby Berkeley.

Keywords: Kaleidoscope | Musical | Dancing

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