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Most Frugalicious Office Christmas Party Ever

This clip of the Promises, Promises cast performing “Turkey Lurkey Time” on The Ed Sullivan Show, circa 1968, has got to be the grooviest thing I’ve seen in a long time. Dig that energetic choreography! Michael Bennett was the greatest. Via Plastic Pumpkins, who correctly notes that “if you didn’t love and adore that number above everything else you have ever seen or heard in your entire life, then you hate America and you can just go straight to Hell. Thank you.”

5 Thoughts on “Most Frugalicious Office Christmas Party Ever

  1. LardyRevenger on December 19, 2007 at 5:56 pm said:

    EPIC! I can not dance like that, and that is my only flaw. Serisously, R-SOME! Turky Lurky what a mysterious phrase…

  2. Christopher on December 19, 2007 at 7:18 pm said:

    Hands down, Bennett was the best choreographer of the late 20th century. Imagine what he would be doing now if he hadn’t died.

  3. Hear, hear.

    Lardy, I’m willing to bet all of your workplace’s Christmas parties are like that!

  4. Christopher on December 19, 2007 at 7:39 pm said:

    You can see the original cast from the 1968 Tony Awards telecast here. The dancer in the middle is the totally fantastic Donna McKechnie who was Bennett’s favorite dancer. It’s easy to see why.

  5. Man, the dancer in red was working it OUT! That was freaking awesome.

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