Yup, joined so I could share pictures of my second attempt to climb Mt Kilimanjaro. If Mario ever answers that question, maybe you could let us know? Right now I'm digging into this scene http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BUSsckFIjo The dancers are Earl Barton and Lisa Gaye, neither of whom were from the first generation of Hollywood swing dancers. Barton was "choreographer" for "Don't Knock the Rock". Joe Lanza was one of his dancers. (See BlackSheep's post(s) for Joe's take on Barton. Joe wrote that barton didn't choreograph the swing scenes.) Barton uses much the same moves in dancing to Haley's "Hook, Line and Sinker" in the film. (Can't find that one on line.) Starting in the later half of 1954 Bill Haley and His Comets had a song (or four!) in the top 50 through the first part of 1956. There first "hit" was in 1953, "Crazy, Man, Crazy" peaking at #12 on the Billboard Juke Box chart for the week ending June 20, 1953, and #11 for two weeks on the Cash Box chart beginning for the week of June 13. It is also believed to be the first rock and roll recording to be played on national television in the US. Oh, would you say they are using Basic Steps (in 1956!) ?