Berkeley, Busby /ˈbəːkli/

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(1895–1976), American choreographer and film director; born William Berkeley Enos. He is remembered for spectacular and dazzling sequences in which huge casts of rhythmically moving dancers formed kaleidoscopic patterns on the screen. Notable films: the Gold Diggers series (1933–37) and Babes in Arms (1939).

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