I found this post while searching the web for “robber’s dance” — I can’t figure out the context of Clark’s response. I assume it’s an insult, and that a robber’s dance is some now-forgotten tradition of the 1930s, but both Wikipedia and Google have provided nothing.
I assume it’s something like a “Gentleman’s Excuse Me” where a man would politely break up a couple dancing and the other man would back out to allow a substitute. In other words, he’s “cutting in” 🙂
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