Thanks to Heather. Celebrating dance in movies. Clips from: Singing in the Rain West Side Story The Turning Point Saturday Night Fever A Chorus Line Fame Grease Dirty Dancing Center Stage Shall We Dance
Tribute to the 1980's TV series, Fame, based on the movie about students attending the New York High School of Performing Arts.
As hurricane season draws near again, beginning June 1, I wanted to pay tribute to all the people who suffered during Hurricane Katrina and are still rebuilding homes and lives. This video was edited by Monica Dugas with photos taken after the storm, showing why no one should ever forget about this tragedy. Song - Listen to Your Heart by Roxelle.
Beautiful program from 1994's Tour of Champions.
One of the most touching songs from the movie Mama Mia, written by Abba and performed beautifully by Meryl Streep.
Liza joins half sister Lorna in a rare duet that pays a light hearted tribute to their mother, Judy Garland. Song "If Mama was Married" from the musical Gypsy.
Thanks to Albert Diner. Barbra and Johnny sing Somewhere, One Hand, One Heart and I Have a Love to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the hit Broadway musical West Side Story in 2007. Part I: SOMEWHERE, A HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL. Kristallnacht 1938 and the S.S. St. Louis voyage to Havana, Cuba in 1939. More than 900 jews on a ship bound for Cuba with valid landing permits were denied entry and forced to return to Europe. Many of them perished in the nazi concentration camps. After the war, a Holocaust Memorial was erected at the Jewish cemetery in Havana with the following description: Honrando la memoria En este lugar estan enterradas varias pastillas de jabon hechas de grasas humanas hebreas parte de los seis millones victimas de la barbarie nazi ocurrido en el siglo vdeinte Paz a sus restos. Translation: "Here are buried several bars of soap made from human fat of jews part of the six million victims of nazi cruelty which took place in the twentieth century. Rest in peace.
Song "Please Remember" sung by Leanne Rimes Pictures of: Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland Cary Grant and Irene Dunn Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake Frankie Thomas and Bonita Granville Joel McCrea and Jean Arthur Jimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullavan Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers William Powell and Myrna Loy Fred MacMurray and Carole Lombard Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland Cary Grant and Katherine Hepburn
Song sung by Whitney Houston. A Tribute to classic musicals, featuring: Gene Kelly Rita Hayworth Ginger Rogers/Fred Astaire James Cagney Cyd Charise Frank Sinatra Judy Garland/Mickey Rooney Leslie Caron Jerry Mouse
Megan Hilty and Shoshana Bean sing one of the show's most beautiful songs. I've heard it said That people come into our lives for a reason Bringing something we must learn And we are led To those who help us most to grow If we let them And we help them in return Well, I don't know if I believe that's true But I know I'm who I am today Because I knew you: Like a comet pulled from orbit As it passes a sun Like a stream that meets a boulder Halfway through the wood Who can say if I've been changed for the better? But because I knew you I have been changed for good It well may be That we will never meet again In this lifetime So let me say before we part So much of me Is made of what I learned from you You'll be with me Like a handprint on my heart And now whatever way our stories end I know you have re-written mine By being my friend: Like a ship blown from its mooring By a wind off the sea Like a seed dropped by a skybird In a distant wood Who can say if I've been changed for the better? because I knew you: I have been changed for good And just to clear the air I ask forgiveness For the things I've done you blame me for But then, I guess we know There's blame to share And none of it seems to matter anymore Like a comet pulled from orbit As it passes a sun Like a stream that meets a boulder Halfway through the wood Who can say if I've been changed for the better? I do believe I have been changed for the better? Because I knew you Because I knew you I have been changed for good