Dance Academy Trailer

Dance Academy Trailer (1988)

"Hot Nights. Hot Music. Hot Moves." 16 September 1988 Drama, Comedy, Music 90 mins

Blue-collar worker Vince stumbles into a dance school, where he quickly becomes entranced by the music. Miss McKenzie, the school's manager and former owner, is about to throw him out on his ear when Moon, the school's rebellious new jazz instructor, vouches for him. Although the school's new owner has insisted on bringing in Moon as a teacher, Miss McKenzie absolutely hates him and the influence of his mordern music, and will stop at nothing to see him (and Vince) thrown out for good.

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Julie Newmar

as Miss McKenzie

International Titles

Body Beat Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 16 September 1988

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