Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing & Charm School

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Dasha

I repeat what Laurel said, well done....perfect in every respect.

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Laurel

Well done.

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Fritz

Excellent!

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Greenburgh

Such a surprise! A truly quirky and charming tale. A coming of age for all ages!

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Olivia

A fun romantic comedy from 2005 - it was an audience pleaser at Sundance and its sweet charm still resonates today.

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