Legs & Co. – Cavatina

Top of the Pops, 21 June 1979:
Legs & Co. dance to Cavatina by John Williams.

From the old blog, Sunday, 10 october 2010:

Captain Peacock
Your attention please: Captain Peacock here. Mr. Rumbold and myself have become concerned at the slipping standards evident in this site recently. More and more people seem to be using the clips and downloads generously provided by our esteemed late employer, Young Mr. Grace, not for the original intended purpose (the appreciation of the terpsichorean artistry of these fine young ladies), but instead for purposes of lewd, lascivious and wanton self-gratification. Stop that sniggering at the back there: you know exactly what I’m talking about.

So, in an attempt to stem the tide of licentiousness, we have persuaded Young Mr. Grace to post an example of impeccable purity and chasteness. Here are Legs & Co. dancing to the beautiful Cavatina (theme from The Deer Hunter) played by that nice Hank Marvin John Williams (Mr. Rumbold says I should thank “Ryan” for spotting my error). Proper ballet dancing, in proper ballet costumes. And proper music too, not the wailing and crashing beat music that unfortunately seems to be the norm here.

So have a care, gentlemen: Myself and Mr. Rumbold are watching: and we will take a dim view of anyone who dares think of these most fragrant and virtuous flowers of womanhood in terms anything other than those they deserve. You filthy swine.

Comments:

Brian said…

Many thansks. Mr.Grace. Greatly appreciated.
10 October 2010 12:31

74benja81 said…

A lovely sound track by John Williams.That always brings a tear to my eye.With an exceptional Ballet dance by the lovely Legs and Co. What more can a man ask for in seeing and hearing in life. What Joy this clip brings to the soul! Nice posting. Benja 🙂
20 December 2011 21:03

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