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83,616.  I sort of fused Flashdance with MC Hammer shit.  (Office & Dance)  The Office: Charity s2e5, Brent

 

 

54.  I should only believe in a God that would know how to dance.  (God & Belief & Dance)  Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra

 

 

115,419.  Dancing could be the best exercise of all to get maximum brain benefits.  (Exercise & Dance)  Michael Mosley, The Truth About Getting Fit, BBC 2018

 

 

44,508.  Dancing in all its forms cannot be excluded from the curriculum of all noble education; dancing with the feet, with ideas, with words, and, need I add that one must also be able to dance with the pen?  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

44,509.  And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music.  Friedrich Nietzsche


 

44,510.  I do not know what the spirit of a philosopher could more wish to be than a good dancer.  For the dance is his ideal.  Friedrich Nietzsche

 

 

20,901.  So I did a few Fred Astaire moves on him.  (GBH Films & Dance)  Pusher I 2012 starring Kim Bodnia & Zlatko Buric & Laura Drasbaek & Peter Andersson & Jesper Salomonsen & Lief Sylvestor et al, director Nicolas Winding Refn, Frankie

 

 

3,803.  They dined on mince, and slices of quince, Which they ate with a runcible spoon; And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand, They danced by the light of the moon.  (Moon & Dance)  Edward Lear, The Owl and the Pussycat

 

 

20,135.  The world famous Jack Rabbit Slim’s twist contest.  (GBH Films & Dance)  Pulp Fiction 1994 ***** starring Uma Thurman & John Travolta & Samuel L Jackson & Harvey Keitel & Tim Roth & Amanda Plummer & Maria de Medeiros & Ving Rhames & Eric Stoltz & Rosanna Arquette & Bruce Willis & Christopher Walken et al, announcement

 

 

21,056.  Yeah.  Thirty-one.  What do I need?  A note from my mother.  (GBH Films & Dance)  They Shoot Horses Don’t They? 1969 starring Jane Fonda & Michael Sarrazin & Susannah York & Gig Young & Red Buttons & Bonnie Bedelia & Bruce Dern & Allyn Ann McLerie & Robert Fields & Michael Conrad, opening scene   

 

21,057.  Ya you, come here.  What’s your name, cowboy?   You got a partner, ain't ya?  (GBH Films & Dance)  ibid.  organiser

 

21,058.  Welcome to the dance of destiny, ladies and gentlemen.  (GBH Films & Dance)  ibid.  announcer

 

21,059.  You in movies too?  (GBH Films & Film & Dance)  ibid.  her to him

 

21,060.  Hot dogs.  Hot dogs.  Get your hot dogs.  (GBH Films & Dance & Food)  ibid.  bloke

 

21,061.  There are thirty-two separate pieces of shrapnel still embedded in Harry's body.  Thirty-two ... I really mean that sincerely, folks, from the bottom of my heart.  ibid.  bloke in tux

 

21,062.  Nature's little miracle – Christ!  What’s the use of having a kid unless you got enough dough to take care of it.  You intend to keep it?  Yeah, why not drop another sucker in this mess?  (GBH Films & Children & Dance)  ibid.  her to pregnant contestant

 

21,063.  You know the rules – no fights on the floor.  (GBH Films & Rules & Fight & Dance)  ibid.  bouncer

 

 

21,994.  You about ready to do some dancing?  (GBH Films & Dance)  Wild at Heart 1990 starring Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern & Willem Dafoe & J E Freeman & Crispin Glover & Diane Ladd & Isabella Rossellini & Harry Dean Stanton et al, director David Lynch, him to her

 

21,995.  Let’s go dancing, peanut.  I’m ready.  (GBH Films & Dance)  ibid.

 

 

30,554.  We are not that desperate: Morris dancing is the most fatuous tenth-weight entertainment ever devised by man.  (England & Dance)  Curtis & Atkinson, The Black Adder: Born to Be King, Blackadder to Baldrick

 

 

31,013.  The Times called the Waltz an indecent foreign dance.  (England & Great Britain & Dance)  Dr Lucy Worsley, Elegance and Decadence: The Age of the Regency 2/3

 

 

44,453.  Come on, Tone.  Have a little dance.  Come on.  (Parties & Dance)  Play for Today: Abigail’s Party 1977, written and directed Mike Leigh, starring Alison Steadman ***** Beverly to Tony

 

 

44,499.  I could dance with you until the cows come home.  On second thoughts I’d rather dance with the cows until you come home.  (Dance & Cow)  Duck Soup 1933 starring Groucho Marx & Harpo Marx & Chico Marx & Zeppo Marx & Margaret Dumont & Louis Calhern & Raquel Torres & Edgar Kennedy & Edmund Breese & Edwin Maxwell & William Worthington et al, director Leo McCarey, Groucho as Rufus T Firefly

 

 

44,500.  What filthy groping and unclean handling is not practised everywhere in these dancings?  It provoketh lust.  (Dance & Puritanism)  Philip Stubbs, Puritan

 

 

44,501.  On with the dance! let joy be unconfined;

No sleep till morn, when Youth and Pleasure meet

To chase the glowing Hours with flying feet.  Lord Byron

 

 

44,502.  There may be trouble ahead,

But while there’s moonlight and love and romance,

Let’s face the music and dance.  Irving Berlin (Israel Baline) 1888-1989, American songwriter, Let’s Face the Music and Dance 1936 from Follow the Fleet

 

 

44,503.  You should see me dance the Polka,

You should see me cover the ground,

You should see my coat-tails flying,

As I jump my partner round.  George Grossmith, See Me Dance the Polka 1887 song

 

 

44,504.  Dance Dance Dance.  Chic

 

 

44,505.  Everybody Dance.  Chic

 

 

44,506.  Let’s Dance.  David Bowie

 

 

44,507.  There is a bit of insanity in dancing that does everybody a great deal of good.  Edwin Denby

 

 

44,511.  Dance, dance, dance little lady!

Leave tomorrow behind.  Noel Coward, Dance Little Lady 1928


 

44,512.  To dance is to be out of yourself.  Larger, more beautiful, more powerful.  Agnes de Mille

 

 

44,513.  The truest expression of a people is in its dance and in its music.  Bodies never lie.  Agnes de Mille

 

 

44,514.  Remember, Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, but backwards and in high heels.  Faith Whittlesey

 

 

44,515.  Will you, won’t you, will you, won’t you, will you join the dance?  Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

 


44,516.  Dance first.  Think later.  It’s the natural order.  Samuel Beckett

 

 

44,517.  Dance is a song of the body.  Either of joy or pain.  Martha Graham

 

 

44,518.  Anyone who says sunshine brings happiness has never danced in the rain.  Author unknown

 

 

44,519.  Takes Two to Tango.  Al Hoffman and Dick Manning, song 1952

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