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CIRCA 1920s - Couples dance the Charleston for fun and other dances at a party.
CIRCA 1956 - Men and women dance the Charleston in a theatrical revue.
CIRCA 1942 - American soldiers sing and dance in drag in a revue at Fort Slocum, New York.
CIRCA 1942 - American soldiers dress as women to perform in a revue at Fort Slocum, New York.
1960s Chicago: Sign on building. Man puts sign on car. Police officer directs traffic. People walk through convention hall. City lights at night.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant introduces Sarah Vaughan who begins a performance.
CIRCA 1956 - Men and women conclude the Charleston in a theatrical revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant introduces Dinah Washington at the Harlem Variety Revue, where she performs "Only a Moment Ago."
CIRCA 1955 - Dinah Washington concludes a performance of "Only a Moment Ago" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, Sarah Vaughan concludes a performance of "You're Not the Kind."
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant introduces Cab Calloway and his band who play and dance.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, jazz singer Herb Jeffries performs "A Woman is a Worrisome Thing."
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant introduces a performance by Lionel Hampton and his orchestra.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, Jimmy Brown leads members of Paul William's band in a performance.
CIRCA 1956 - Women dressed as flappers and men in big fur coats do the Charleston on stage.
A trombone player's sultry solo in 1955, performing with the Duke Ellington Band. (1950s)
Coles and Atkins, An African American tap dancing duo, tap dance on the Harlem Variety Revue in 1955, Harlem, N.Y. (1950s)
Red curtains open and close with green screen
NEW YORK, 1971, Rockettes kicking high kicks at Radio City Music Hall, medium close up
NEW YORK, 1971, Rockettes kicking high kicks at Radio City Music Hall, wide shot
Duke Ellington and his band perform on the Harlem Variety Revue in 1955, NYC, featuring a wispy clarinet solo. (1950s)
CIRCA 1955 - Duke Ellington's orchestra plays at the Harlem Variety Revue, featuring a trumpet solo by Cootie Williams.
CIRCA 1955 - The Clovers conclude a performance of "Your Cash Ain't Nothin' But Trash" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Leonard Reed introduces blues shouter Big Joe Turner at the Harlem Variety Revue, where he and his band perform "Okimoshebop."
CIRCA 1955 - Duke Ellington's drummer Louie Bellson plays an extended solo at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant passes over emcee duties to Leonard Reed at the Harlem Variety Revue because he can't pronounce the name of the next song.
CIRCA 1955 - In a comedic routine, dancers Coles and Atkins audition for Leonard Reed and Willie Bryant at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Big Joe Turner and his band conclude a performance of "Okimoshebop" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Duke Ellington's band plays "The Moochie," featuring clarinet and bass solos with Duke on the piano at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - The Nat King Cole trio performs "The Trouble With Me Is You" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Host Willie Bryant opens a performance of the Harlem Variety Revue by praising Duke Ellington.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant introduces R&B singer Larry Darnell, who performs What More Do You Want Me To Do with his band at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Leonard Reed and Willie Bryant act as talent agents for dancers Coles and Atkins in a comedy routine for the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant introduces Duke Ellington's orchestra at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - The tap dancing duo of Coles and Atkins performs at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant introduces the doo-wop group The Clovers, who perform "Your Cash Ain't Nothin' But Trash" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - In a comedic routine, dancers Coles and Atkins audition by singing for Leonard Reed and Willie Bryant at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - Willie Bryant introduces the Nat King Cole trio and they perform "The Trouble With Me Is You" at the Harlem Variety Revue.
CIRCA 1955 - The tap dancing duo of Coles and Atkins teach Willie Bryant how to dance at the Harlem Variety Revue.
Opening red theater velvet curtains. The Alpha Channel is included.
CIRCA 1956 - A wanted outlaw in the old west is shot by a cowboy and mourned by a pioneer woman in a theatrical revue.
Red curtains open and close with green screen
CIRCA 1956 - Couples dance and clap together in a revue.
CIRCA 1956 - People dance as couples and individuals in a revue.
CIRCA 1956 - An old west outlaw and pioneer woman dance a ballet together in a theatrical revue.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, pianist and singer Amos Milburn begins a performance of "Bewildered" with his orchestra.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, Amos Milburn plays a piano solo and performs "Bewildered" with his orchestra.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant jokes with R&B singer Faye Adams before she begins a performance.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, Cab Calloway and his band who play and dance to "The Calloway Boogie," concluding a show.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant introduces Charles "Honi" Coles and Cholly Atkins.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, host Willie Bryant introduces jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, who performs.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, R&B doo-wop group The Clovers conclude a performance of "Lovey Dovey."
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, R&B singer Faye Adams performs "Somebody Somewhere" with Jimmy Brown on trumpet.
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, pianist and singer Martha Davis performs "We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye."
CIRCA 1956 - In this musical revue at the Apollo Theater, Jimmy Brown leads members of Paul William's band in a performance of "My Love is True."
Willie Bryant, American MC, entertainer, and host of the Harlem Variety Revue in 1955, introduces the Duke Ellington Band featuring their woodwinds and horn section. (1950s)
Berlin , Berlin , Germany - 05 03 2020: Iconic Friedrichstadt-Palast in Berlin City a Famous Revue Theatre
Stage Curtain Circling Around Movement
Raymond Revuebar adult entertainment sign looking up Rupert Street in the Soho area of London. London - 14th November 2020
Raymond Revuebar adult entertainment sign looking up Rupert Street in the Soho area of London. London - 14th November 2020
PARIS, FRANCE, 1988, The Folies Bergere show wide shot, blue and white boas
A red curtain rolling down. Alpha Channel is included.
BERLIN, GERMANY - JAN 9, 2014: Friedrichstadt-Palast in the evening on January 9, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Timelapse view.
Red curtains open and close with green screen
STRASBOURG, FRANCE - CIRCA 2017: French street scene with French tobacco press kiosk with customers inside
Red Curtains with spotlights that move back and forth and then the Curtains open. Alpha Channel is included.
The Clovers, an American rhythm and Blues vocal group, perform a fun shuffle blues number on the Harlem Variety Revue show in 1955, Harlem, N.Y. (1950s)
Dinah Washington sings a slow jazz classic behind her band on the Harlem Variety revue show in 1955, NYC. (1950s)
PARIS, 1970, Archival, The Can Can dancers at the Folies Bergere, close up
CIRCA 1955 - R&B singer Larry Darnell concludes a performance of "What More Do You Want Me To Do," and is joined on stage by Willie Bryant.
CIRCA 1955 - Duke Ellington's band plays "The Moochie," featuring notable performances by drummer Louie Bellson.
GERMANY BERLIN – September 20, 2017: Pan shot of the Friedrichstadt-Palast with people walking
CIRCA 1956 - Comedians Nipsey Russell and Mantan Moreland do a bit together at the Apollo Theater.
CIRCA 1956 - Couples complete a dance in a review with twirling and cartwheels.
Red fabric pulled over a cube. Alpha Channel is included.
CIRCA 1942 - In this patriotic musical, the Andrews Sisters sing "Johnny Get Your Gun Again" as American soldiers march to boot camp.
CIRCA 1930s - Tourists drive on the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Montana's Glacier National Park and enjoy mountainous vistas.
CIRCA 1956 - Dancers conclude a hoe-down on stage.
CIRCA 1956 - Dancers in 19th century costumes perform on a showboat.
CIRCA 1956 - Dancers perform a hoe-down.
CIRCA 1930s - Work is completed on a railroad and train chugs along it.
CIRCA 1920s - Couples and flappers dance the Charleston.
CIRCA 1956 - Dancers perform in period apparel on a showboat.
CIRCA 1956 - An outlaw dances with pioneer women and faces off against lawmen in a ballet.
Hyperlapse, time-lapse,theater,building
Hyperlapse, time-lapse,theater,building
CIRCA 1955 - Duke Ellington's band concludes "The Moochie," featuring notable performances.
BERLIN, GERMANY - JAN 3, 2014: The Theater des Westens in the evening on January 3, 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Timelapse view.
A red curtain lifting up.  Alpha Channel is included.
A red curtain tumbling down. Alpha Channel is included.
Time-lapse of opening soft pink Revue rose 2x4 in RGB + ALPHA matte format isolated on black background
Buenos Aires / Argentina - 11 05 2019: People walking in front of Astral Theater in Corrientes Avenue
CIRCA 1956 - Men and women in a revue perform dances of the 1920s.
Time-lapse of opening "Revue" rose alpha matte 6
Time-lapse of opening soft pink Revue rose 2x0 in Animation format with ALPHA transparency channel isolated on black background
Time-lapse of opening and dying soft pink Revue roses 5d1 in Animation format with ALPHA transparency channel isolated on black background
Time-lapse of dying soft pink Revue rose 6x1 in Animation format with ALPHA transparency channel isolated on black background
GREENSBORO, NC  -- SEPT 10, 2016 The colorful Bahamas Junkeroo Revue parade through the streets of Greensboro, NC at the National Folk Festival -- followed by dancing festival participants.
GREENSBORO, NC  -- SEPT 10, 2016 The colorful Bahamas Junkeroo Revue parade through the streets of Greensboro, NC at the National Folk Festival -- followed by dancing festival participants.
Nat King Cole and his band perform an uplifting jazzy piece in 1955, on the Harlem Variety Revue, Harlem, N.Y. (1950s)
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