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In this classic footage from 1944, the Ross sisters, Aggie, Maggie and Elmira, sing and contort all over the place. Just think: these ladies are now someone's grandmother. Can your gran do that?
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Lovely musical number by the Ross Sisters 1944
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In this classic footage from 1944, the Ross sisters, Aggie, Maggie and Elmira, sing and contort all over the place. Just think: these ladies are now someone's grandmother. Can your gran do that?
30 Apr 2009
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Never underestimate a woman who can get both legs behind her head and wrap her feet around her face. (HINT: Watch past the first 45 seconds or so. Whoah!) Solid Potato Salad? No, it's not what you get when you leave the deli container out of the fridge too long. It's a 1940s term for...something (I have no idea what. ) In this classic footage from the movie "Broadway Rhythm" (1944), the Ross sisters, Aggie, Maggie and Elmira, sing and move in ways that don't look humanly possible. Yoga anyone? Movie buffs will recognize the tune as one of the background instrumentals from "The Godfather." It starts out looking like another kitschy 40's tune, but give it a minute. Things get wild! Now if I can just figure out what apples have to do with potato salad...
23 Dec 2008
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In this classic footage from 1944, the Ross sisters, Aggie, Maggie and Elmira, sing and contort all over the place. Just think: these ladies are now someone's grandmother...
25 Apr 2009
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solid potato salad the ross sisters
6 Sep 2009
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There's just something creepy about those Ross Sisters. And some death metal helps accentuate it.
11 Jul 2010
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The Ross Sisters were a trio of female sibling singing dancers consisting of Aggie Ross, Elmira Ross, and Maggie Ross, (whose real names were Veda Victoria, Dixie Jewel and Betsy Ann Ross). The Ross Sisters performed as a 3-part harmony trio, in which they also danced and did acrobatics and contortionism. Their public attention peaked during the 1940s, during which they were featured prominently in the film Broadway Rhythm. A shortened version of this same clip also appears in the compilation film "That's Entertainment! III" (1994).
24 Dec 2013
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Milda and Evelyn singing The Family Bible. What a wonderful old song!
23 Jul 2010
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This is the full length video, "From The Top", excellent quality, please enjoy! This video has been color enhanced!
6 Dec 2010
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