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102-year-old dancer sees herself on film for first time

  15.04.22 3:41pm

During the 1930s and 1940s, Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer at famous clubs like the Apollo and the Cotton Club. Back then, these performances were sometimes recorded and called “soundies.” The thing is, Alice, now 102 years old, had never actually seen herself dance. Read more here:

 

 

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