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"You're All The World to Me" is an American song written in 1950 by composer Burton Lane and lyricist Alan Jay Lerner for the 1951 MGM musical, Royal Wedding. The lyrics by Lerner, who also wrote the story and screenplay, give song-and-dance man Tom Bowen, played by Fred Astaire, the opportunity to proclaim his love for Anne Ashmond (Sarah Churchill) while dancing on the walls and ceiling of a.
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1950s classics dance film film-making gravity movie music perception physics singing song Hang on to your chairs and lamps. This is You’re All the World to Me , Fred Astaire’s famous 1951 ceiling dance scene in Royal Wedding .
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At the hotel that night, Ellen and Tom nervously reveal the news of their respective romances, but talk each other out of marriage and agree to keep the act together, just as it has always been. On the morning of the royal wedding, all of London is celebrating, except Tom and Ellen, who downheartedly view the parade together.
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Basking in the glory of stardom, Tom and Ellen Bowen fly across the pond to put on their famous brother-and-sister Broadway musical act. Just in time for Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's lovely royal wedding at Westminster Abbey, the siblings will soon find themselves up against the romantic complications of love, when delicate Ellen falls for the suave British aristocrat, Lord John.
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Brother and sister dancing duo Tom and Ellen Bowen (Fred Astaire and Jane Powell) travel to merry old England. There, against the backdrop of the impending wedding of royals, they go about the usual comedic pursuit of love. This film is probably most memorable for Astaire's dream sequence that has him dancing on the ceiling.
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Directed by Stanley Donen. With Fred Astaire, Jane Powell, Peter Lawford, Sarah Churchill. A brother and sister dance act encounter challenges and romance when booked in London during the Royal Wedding.
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Fred Astaire (Tom) and Jane Powell (Ellen) are asked to perform as a dance team in England at the time of Princess Elizabeth's wedding. As brother and sister, each develops a British love interest, Ellen with Lord John Brindale (Peter Lawford) and Tom with dancer Anne Ashmond (Sarah Churchill--Winston's daughter).
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Fred Astaire dancing on the walls and ceiling in Royal Wedding. How'd they film it? They didn't have special FX like they do now. by. the movie theater audiences were rotated 360 degrees, but they were so mesmerized by Astaire, they didn't notice.. Joan Crawford uses some of the same arrangements featured in Royal Wedding. by Anonymous.
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Fred Astaire is all over the walls and ceilings over his girlfriend in this famous dance sequence, directed by Stanley Donen, from MGM's ROYAL WEDDING ('51).
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Fred Astaire’s Ceiling Dance Deconstructed.. a fascinating look at the logistical underpinnings of Fred Astaire’s famous “Dancing On the Ceiling” sequence from the movie Royal Wedding.
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Here's a demonstration of how the room rotated for Fred Astaire's ceiling dance in Royal Wedding. The camera is locked down into a stationary position (as are all of the props) and the camera rotates with the room creating the illusion that Fred is able to defy gravity.
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If you love ballroom and tap dancing and haven't seen this movie, you really must. This is the movie with the famous Fred Astaire dancing on the walls and ceilings scene. Also him dancing with a hat rack and various other props. And on an ocean liner in a storm. Pretty much all the dances have something very unusual and creative about them.
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It's no great secret how Fred Astaire was able to literally “dance around the room” in Stanley Donen’s 1951 movie Royal Wedding. The hotel room set was constructed inside a huge rotating steel cage, all the furniture was bolted down, and the camera and cameraman were strapped down and traveled around 360 degrees while Astaire danced away.
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London calls, there's a royal wedding on, as Princess (later to be Queen) Elizabeth is marrying; and the pair is happy to hop the next boat crossing the pond. The plot actually follows real life: Astaire first achieved stardom dancing with his sister Adele; but she left the act to marry an English lord, as will the Jane Powell character.
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Richie co-wrote the song with Mike Frenchnik and Carlos Rios, and spared no expense; the video is said to have cost a staggering $400,000! It was one of the most memorable clips of the '80s, using the rotating room effect made famous in the 1951 movie Royal Wedding, where Fred Astaire danced on the ceiling.The film was directed by Stanley Donen, and he was enlisted to do the same effect on.
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Royal Wedding is a 1951 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical comedy film starring Fred Astaire and Jane Powell, with music by Burton Lane and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner. The film was directed by Stanley Donen; it was his second film and the first he directed on his own. It was released as Wedding Bells in the United Kingdom.
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Starring Fred Astaire at the peak of his MGM popularity, “Royal Wedding” became a landmark musical for featuring Astaire dancing on the walls and ceiling, and for a solo dance of Astaire with a hat rack for a partner. Stanley Donen’s musical movie, with a screenplay by Alan Jay Lerner (“My Fair Lady”) is set in London, for a change.
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The amazing dancing on the ceiling scene from Royal Wedding still amazes audiences to this day. But, how did they do it? But, how did they do it? In the video below, we get to see how the “room” in which Astaire performed was altered to get the correct camera angles.
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The camera is BOLTED to the floor, and the entire room is a set that is BUILT INSIDE A LARGE ROTATING DRUM. This is the best illustration I could find. (The movie is apparently called “Royal Wedding,” and this part is featured on youtube.) You get...