chorus girl


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chorus girl

a girl who dances or sings in the chorus of a musical comedy, revue, etc.
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This is just one of a number of great set pieces including a biplane covered in chorus girls for Beautiful Girls and the glorious tap and slapstick of Moses Supposes.
Stanwyck would have loved to convey the intelligent, tough-minded persona that lay behind the chorus girl image.
Graham's final chapter, '"Got Over': The Chorus Girl Novel and the Musical Stage," engages with a long neglected genre, the "chorus girl novel.
When he tries to transform innocent chorus girl Hannah Brown (Garland) into a Nadine replacement, he fails miserably.
Sanchez has been repeatedly spotted chatting up other women and has also been spotted checking out the Broadway show, 'Memphis', eyeing on a pretty chorus girl.
an ex-Floradora chorus girl and Gibson Girl model, was also the perfect model for Brinkley's pen.
For a while she was a chorus girl, later she started to design dancing costumes; and then sportswear.
I'm Christian, Church, Christmas, Chorus Girl, Jew, Bible, Pig, Take me, Vixen, Nude, Buy me, Whore, Pork, Hussy, Madonna and Adulterer.
Astaire's character faces a more daunting challenge later on when he tries to transform chorus girl from the Midwest (Judy Garland) into a sophisticated new dance partner to replace the sultry Ann Miller, who has decamped the act.
when i was a small child/colored as i am/ my favorite movies were busby berkeley musicals with that magnificent choreography/much of which i later learned was due to his innovative use of cinematography/the women blonde and buxom / one after another on spirals of staircases or piano keys/or neath the arcs of feathers or men's arms/dazzled me/i knew my life was to be that of a chorus girl or a psychiatrist/how did i jump over the fact of their whiteness and my very brown-ness/it was very simple/i made everybody on stage 'colored' / i changed the facts / so to speak/ i knew /'Negro' women were beautiful/could dance/and manage large headdresses/i also knew we were already associated with the exotic/how did i know these things?
Winters began her career as a nightclub chorus girl, then moved to supporting roles on the New York stage.
Born Shirley Schrift in Illinois, she worked as a chorus girl on Broadway before moving to Hollywood where she shared a flat with an unknown Marilyn Monroe.