Eleanor Powell Dancing With Her Dog In "Lady Be Good"
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Eleanor Powell's "Lady Be Good" is the very first recorded film footage of freestyle dancing with dogs.
The film studios couldn't find a properly trained dog for this sequence, so Eleanor Powell bought a dog and trained him.
This scene was shot in her own living room because it was where the dog was used to doing all the tricks.

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Plot Summary of "Lady Be Good": Eddie Crane, a young composer, is struggling with a tune he's just written. When his girlfriend, Dixie Donegan, provides words almost by accident, the song is published and is a great success. A few years later, now married and successful songwriters with a hit Broadway show behind them, Dixie realises that Eddie is spending more time in rich New York society than composing. They divorce, but quickly realise they are still in love and can't do without each other. They remarry and write more successful songs, but then Eddie goes off to South America, ostensibly to get inspiration to write a symphony. Dixie again seeks a divorce, but the canny judge refuses to grant it. Eddie returns and they realise that despite all, they're still in love.
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