Interested in checking out authentic Lindy Hop? Want to see for yourself the breakaway step popularly called the swing out, that eight count basic step as danced by Harlem dancers in the depression era. Well here is the place for to look for movie and documentry titles as well as film clips that are available on the net. Here are examples of Whitey's Lindy Hoppers, the Savoy Ballroom's Premiere dancers, doing the Lindy Hop on film. If you are interested I can post more information about Whitey's or about the individual members making up the group. Day At The Races (1937) Big Apple (aka Jittering Jitterbugs) (1937) Short Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937) Radio City Revels (1938) Hellzapoppin' (1941) Hot Chocolates (Cottontail) (1942 Soundie) Some of these are available for purchase or rental at video stores that specialize in hard to find movies, or mailorder pruchase online (a search will reveal numerous sources) and natch.net has some clips available for download. By including the release dates I hope that anyone who thinks that the swing out is some sort of modern innovation will realize that lindy hop has a rich and broad history... and this is only a smattering of commercial clips of Harlem dancers (with the exception of Cottontail) before WWII.