The Tango began in the West
Indies and later found its way to
Argentina where it was stylized by the Gauchos. It became the rage
in 1921 after the silent screen star Rudolph Valentino brought this
romantic dance to millions in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse".
More recently, it has been danced in movies such as True Lies and
Scent of a Woman. Today, The Tango is considered to be the "dancer's
dance" and becomes a favorite of all who learn it.
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