Screen caps of the dorktastic dance video

At RAFrenzy. As far as I know the vid itself has been made private.

~ by Servetus on August 24, 2014.

12 Responses to “Screen caps of the dorktastic dance video”

  1. There’s an aspect ratio corrected version on C19

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  2. This was from the time he was in 42nd Street I think???

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  3. This video was put up 4 years ago. Does C19 still have a watchable version? I joined the fandom late last year so I never got to see the actual video. 😦

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  4. I forgot all about that. Funny! 🙂

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  5. Resurfacing videos …. Was it really four years ago this last popped up?
    I think he might be able to stomach it being out there. Everyone has dorky homemade videos, right? Not like it’s going to ruin his reputation!

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    • You know, it’s interesting — at the time I remember a fairly clear sentiment among the fans I knew that posting it bordered on invasion of privacy and a long discussion about whether it was okay to post it or even discuss it.

      https://meandrichard.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/the-dorktastic-past/

      (see comments)

      I think the temperature has changed in four years — I don’t know if that’s because Armitage’s fans are younger or social media are “wearing us all down” ?

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  6. Is there a non-private version somewhere? I am dying to see it!

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  7. also dying to see it

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  8. IIRC the two guys are Tim Ward and David Massey, who were in 42nd Street with Richard in 1991 I think the video is cute. It should be accepted for what it is; friends fooling around, it was posted by one of them after all.

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    • I think the point is that it was made as a vid of friends fooling around. Now the audience has changed drastically. Is something that was intended for a much different, more intimate audience really something to be shared with anyone / everyone? That was the question we were dancing around (cough) four years ago.

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