The final musical by director-choreographer Bob Fosse (standing), All That Jazz (1979), is an elaborate, semiautobiographical account of his life and takes its title from the signature song of one of his stage hits, Chicago. Here Fosse (who also co-wrote the film) rehearses a scene with assistant choreographer Gene Foote, courtesy of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ The Making of Great Movie Musicals.
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