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Toni Basil: Word of Mouth (1982)

Unrated | | Short, Music | Video
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Toni Basil ... Herself
Craig Allen Rothwell Craig Allen Rothwell ... Dancer (as Spazz Attack)
Poppin' Pete Poppin' Pete ... Dancer
Creepin' Sid Creepin' Sid ... Dancer
Robot Dane Robot Dane ... Dancer
Fluky Luke Fluky Luke ... Dancer
Puppet Boozer Puppet Boozer ... Dancer
Tinker Tinker ... Dancer
Larry McTwig Larry McTwig ... Dancer
Scally Scally ... Dancer
David Hutchinson David Hutchinson ... Dancer
David Stores David Stores ... Dancer
Bill Landrum Bill Landrum ... Dancer
Pallas Sluyter Pallas Sluyter ... Dancer (as Pallas Haya Sluyter)
Jean Marie Jean Marie ... Dancer
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Short | Music

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Stereo

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Trivia

Craig Allen Rothwell (aka Spaz Attack) appears as the demon alien in the video for the song "Space Girls". See more »

Soundtracks

Be Stiff
Written by Gerald V. Casale and Robert Lewis
Performed by Toni Basil
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Toni Basil is divine...
7 January 2006 | by David SpaldingSee all my reviews

Toni Basil ... some trivia masters may remember her only by her "Hey, Mickey!" song and video. If you were lucky enough to catch the video, you realized that the woman could dance the planet into a frothy mess. The short video also featured an incredible blend of dance styles and influences, primarily cheer-leading movies. Guess who choreographed it? ;) Flashdancing ... before the movie by that name came out and started a craze.

So, who is Toni Basil? A choreographer whose resume reads like a history of dance in film for 20 years. Just look her up, and you'll see. The woman left her mark on the end of the 20th century, and that mark was ... a hot footprint.


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