Some shapely-legged chorines dance in a Western bar to “Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider)” in the Tom and Jerry cartoon In the Bag (1932). Except they aren’t chorines at all. They turn out to be twin cowpokes.
The dance movements are well defined in this sequence, but the arms whip around like rubber bands. There’s no skeletal structure (a Disney cartoon it ain’t).
The title refers to a bag of money Tom and Jerry get for capturing a desperado. It turns out they don’t get either.
I wish I knew more about Gene Rodemich’s score for this cartoon. Once the bad guy makes his escape from the saloon to when Tom rides into the forest, you might recognise the great 1906 hit “Cheyenne” which Carl Stalling tossed into a bunch of Warner Bros. cartoons. Click the arrow to play the version by Billy Murray.