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Offline trixietoes

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You fav show programs of all times
« on: March 12, 2016, 07:28:10 PM »
So, while we are waiting for World's lets relive some fav show programs. If we share, we can then check out programs that perhaps we have missed.


Toller Cranston   Nicholas and Alexandria

Robin Cousins - Satan takes a Holiday  ( I think this is what Emery Leger was trying to say on PJ Kwong podcast a few weeks back.)

Brian Orser -    The Story of My Life

Kurt Browning - Brickhouse

Scott Hamilton - Mozart and the Walk This Way

Jeremy Abbott  -  Latch


Dorothy Hamill - Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Romanza

Karen Magnussen  -  My Way, For Once in My Life

Lynn Nightingale - When You Love a Man

Janet Lynn-  Theme from Shaft  ( I am not making that up )

Roz Sumners -  Teacher ,  Black Velvet


Wilson and McCall - What's Your Story Morning Glory ?

Torville and Dean  - show version of Mack and Mabel

Virtue and Moir-  too many to list

Weaver Poje -  I'm Kissing You


Rodnina and Zaitsev   - Kalinka

Tai and Randy - Over the Rainbow

Underhill / Martini  - Why'd You Lie
                             -  Fly me To The Moon
                             -  One More Look at You

Duhamel / Radford   Your Song

I could go on....

Offline riley876

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Re: You fav show programs of all times
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2016, 02:04:46 AM »
From a different era, and a whole different world:

Not because the skating is at a particularly high level, because it's clearly not,  but I just love the whole vibe of it.  (Though considering they're wearing 1930s strap on skates with metal wheels, and by the looks at it,  hardly any steering action, perhaps it shouldn't be too heavily discounted).

And you don't see endings like that very often!