An eruptive moment from John Landis' best film (hands-down, friends) brought James Brown, the king of soul, together with two game white-boy wannabes and a chorus line that wouldn't sit down, shut up or let up.
The film: “The Blues Brothers” (1980)
The director: John Landis
The number: “Old Landmark”
The composer: James Brown
The singers: Brown and chorus
The choreograher: Carlton Johnson
The dancers: The ensemble
The cinematographer: Stephen M. Katz
The editor: George Folsey Jr.
The production designer: John J. Lloyd