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Bob Fosse Directing Liza Minelli in the Filming of 'Cabaret,' in 1972
鲍柏.佛西指导丽莎.米尼丽(Liza Minelli)酒店 (Cabaret) 一剧中演出
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罗伯特.「鲍柏」.佛西 (Robert “Bob” Fosse) 出生于1927623


When it comes to dance, there's ballet, there's tap, and then there's jazz. The man credited with creating modern jazz dance as we know it--the smooth and rhythmic style most often seen in musical theater--is Bob Fosse. Today considered one of America's greatest choreographers (a person who directs dancers and how they move), Robert Louis "Bob" Fosse, was born in Chicago, Illinois, on June 23, 1927.


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