This affecting documentary tells the story of the Silver Belles, African-American tap dancers of the Depression era whose glory days are far from over. First seen at the Cotton Club and Apollo Theatre with Duke Ellington, Cab Calloway, and other stars of the 1930s, the octogenarian chorus girls reunite in 1985 to begin dancing once again. With startling interviews and nostalgic archival footage, the film testifies to the ladies' enduring joy of performance and their boundless optimism. 80 min. Soundtrack: English; featurette; interview; photo gallery; more.