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1937 (10th)


Busby Berkeley – “The Finale” number – Varsity Show
Bobby Connolly – “Too Marvelous for Words” number – Ready, Willing and Able
Dave Gould – “All God’s Children Got Rhythm” number – A Day at the Races
Sammy Lee – “Swing Is Here to Stay” number – Ali Baba Goes to Town
Harry Losee – “Prince Igor Suite” number – Thin Ice
Hermes Pan – “Fun House” number – A Damsel in Distress
LeRoy Prinz – “Luau” number – Waikiki Wedding

1936 (9th)


Busby Berkeley – “Love and War” number – Gold Diggers of 1937
Bobby Connolly – “1000 Love Songs” number – Cain and Mabel
Seymour Felix – “A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody” number – The Great Ziegfeld
Dave Gould – “Swingin’ the Jinx” number – Born to Dance
Jack Haskell – “Skating Ensemble” number – One in a Million
Russell Lewis – “The Finale” number – Dancing Pirate
Hermes Pan – “Bojangles of Harlem” number – Swing Time

1935 (8th)


Busby Berkeley – “Lullaby of Broadway” and “The Words Are In My Heart” numbers – Gold Diggers of 1935 [2]
Bobby Connolly – “Latin from Manhattan” number – Go into Your Dance
Bobby Connolly – “Latin from Manhattan” number – Go into Your Dance; “Playboy from Paree” number – Broadway Hostess
Dave Gould – “I’ve Got a Feeling You’re Fooling” number – Broadway Melody of 1936; “Straw Hat” number – Folies Bergere
Sammy Lee – “Lovely Lady” and “Too Good To Be True” numbers – King of Burlesque
Hermes Pan – “Piccolino” and “Top Hat, White Tie, and Tails” numbers – Top Hat [1]
LeRoy Prinz – “It’s the Animal in Me” number – Big Broadcast of 1936; “Viennese Waltz” number – All the King’s Horses
Benjamin Zemach – “Hall of Kings” number – She


  1. [came in 2nd]
  2. [came in 3rd]

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