For a time in New York, I worked with Rudolph Guglielmi at the afternoon tea dances in Churchills Café. We’d sit at a table with a hostess until there would be a sign from a woman that she wanted a dance. So, we would go over and dance and we received $2 for an afternoon. George Raft said although I could dance those times were more demanding than when he became famous. Rudolph Guglielmi had a carisma that cannot be denied. He was a popular dancer and made the most ackward looking woman glide like a swan while dancing.