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* ''Whoopee!'', Berkeley's first film (choreographer)

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* ''Whoopee!'', ''Film/{{Whoopee}}!'', Berkeley's first film (choreographer)

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* ''Film/{{Fashions of 1934}}'' (creator/director of musical numbers)

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* ''Film/ForMeAndMyGal'' (director)


* ''Million Dollar Mermaid'' (choregrapher)(Berkeley only worked on two Esther Williams films; this is one of them.)

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* ''Million Dollar Mermaid'' (choregrapher)(Berkeley (choreographer) (Berkeley only worked on two Esther Williams films; this is one of them.)


* ''The Gangs All Here'' (director)

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* ''The Gangs All Here'' ''Film/TheGangsAllHere'' (director)


* ''Whoopee!'' (1930), Berkeley's first film
* ''Film/FortySecondStreet''
* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1937''
* ''Film/FootlightParade''
* ''Film/{{Dames}}''
* ''The Gangs All Here''
* ''Film/BabesInArms''
* ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' -- No singing! No dancing! No scantily-clad chorus girls!
* ''Film/ZiegfeldGirl''
* ''Million Dollar Mermaid'' (Berkeley only worked on two Esther Williams films; this is one of them.)

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* ''Whoopee!'' (1930), ''Whoopee!'', Berkeley's first film
film (choreographer)
* ''Film/FortySecondStreet''
''Film/FortySecondStreet'' (choreographer)
* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1937''
''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'' (choreographer)
** ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'' (choreographer/director of musical numbers)
** ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1937'' (choreographer/director of musical numbers)
* ''Film/FootlightParade''
''Film/FootlightParade'' (choreographer)
* ''Film/{{Dames}}''
* ''The Gangs All Here''
* ''Film/BabesInArms''
''Film/{{Dames}}'' (choreographer/director of musical numbers)
* ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' (director) -- No singing! No dancing! No scantily-clad chorus girls!
* ''Film/ZiegfeldGirl''
''Film/BabesInArms'' (director)
* ''Film/ZiegfeldGirl'' (director of musical numbers)
* ''The Gangs All Here'' (director)
* ''Million Dollar Mermaid'' (Berkeley (choregrapher)(Berkeley only worked on two Esther Williams films; this is one of them.)

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* ''Film/BabesInArms''

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* ''Film/ZiegfeldGirl''


* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'', ''Gold Diggers of 1937''

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* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'', ''Gold Diggers of 1937''''Film/GoldDiggersOf1937''


He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''They Made Me aCriminal'' with John Garfield.

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He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''They Made Me aCriminal'' a Criminal'' with John Garfield.


He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' with John Garfield.

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He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' ''They Made Me aCriminal'' with John Garfield.


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* ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' -- No singing! No dancing! No scantily-clad chorus girls!


He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''They Made Me a Criminal'' with John Garfield.

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He is best known for his films produced during the Great Depression. Berkeley was choreographer or "director of musical numbers" on many of the most famous musicals made in the 1930s. Later in his career he got occasional non-musical directing gigs, like the 1939 drama ''They Made Me a Criminal'' ''Film/TheyMadeMeACriminal'' with John Garfield.


Busby Berkeley (November 29, 1895 - March 14, 1976), born William Berkeley Enos, was a film director and choreographer best known for his trademark of [[BusbyBerkeleyNumber forming large groups of dancers into intricate geometric patterns, usually filmed from overhead]].

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Busby Berkeley (November 29, 1895 - March 14, 1976), born William Berkeley Enos, was a film director and choreographer best known for his trademark of [[BusbyBerkeleyNumber forming large groups of dancers into intricate geometric patterns, usually filmed from overhead]].


* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Gold Diggers of 1935'', ''Gold Diggers of 1937''

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* ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1933'', ''Gold Diggers of 1935'', ''Film/GoldDiggersOf1935'', ''Gold Diggers of 1937''


* ''Film/{{Dames}''

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* ''Film/{{Dames}''''Film/{{Dames}}''

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