Retro Video Review: Hop The Millennium

In a previous post I said that I’d put up a few clips from a tape of Hop the Millennium but then decided that the whole thing was too good and uploaded the whole thing.  The event took place over New Year’s 1999/2000 in Mexico City Ensenada, Mexico of all places.

There’s a lot of dancing goodness featuring the Rhythm Hot Shots which is the team that begat The Harlem Hot Shots.  Southern California represents with a piece by Rusty Frank & Peter Flahiff and another by Peter Loggins & Lisa Ferguson.  Keep an eye out for a pimpin performance by the father and son team of “Moke & Poke” a.k.a. Chazz Young and Frankie Manning.

Original footage courtesy of Andy Reid.

The Rhythm Hot Shots “Three Chefs”

The Rhythm Hot Shots “Yes Sir That’s My Baby”

Rusty Frank & Peter Flahiff “Twenty Four Robbers”

The Rhythm Hot Shots Cakewalk

The Rhythm Hot Shots Catrine Ljunggren Taps

The Rhythm Hot Shots Authentic Jazz Routine

The Rhythm Hot Shots “Minnie The Moocher”

“Moke & Poke”

The Rhythm Hot Shots “Nagasaki”

Note:  This is a homage to the Four Step Brothers which I’ve blogged about previously.

Peter Loggins & Lisa Ferguson

The Rhythm Hot Shots “The Big Apple”

The Rhythm Hot Shots Lindy Hop Finale

Shim Sham with Full Cast

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3 Comments

  1. Reuben Brown said,

    March 18, 2011 at 1:25 am

    Don’t think it was in Mexico City, as I seem to recall that it was in one of the coastal resort towns.

  2. Reuben Brown said,

    March 18, 2011 at 1:30 am

    Per the Yehoodi link it was in Ensenada.

    • Jerry said,

      March 18, 2011 at 10:10 am

      Good to know. I don’t know why I thought it was in Mexico City.


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