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The Four Step Brothers

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Biography

The original group was a trio "Anderson, Williams, and Walker", formed in the mid-20s, and were not actually brothers even from the start. The name was changed to "The Step Brothers" when a fourth dancer was added a few years later. Founding members included Al Williams and Maceo Anderson, who were mainstays of the group throughout its existence. The group specialized in "flash" tap - fast footwork including acrobatic stunts, and the act often had the form of a street 'challenge', with each dancer in turn taking a solo and trying to outdo the others. Read more...

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Character: The Step-Brothers

It Ain't Hay 1943

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Character: Abercrombie's Assistants

Rhythm of the Islands 1943

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Character: Tap Dance Specialty Quartette

Carolina Blues 1944

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Character: Themselves - episode of Texaco Star Theater

Pioneers of Television 2008

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