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- adj. Having many features, options or extras; sometimes used ironically to imply that the added features are just gimmicks.
From the advertising posters used to promote the 1929 film The Broadway Melody – Hollywood’s first all-talking musical (as opposed to partially talking, partially silent) – which proclaimed the film to be “All Talking All Singing All Dancing” – see film poster. In full, the poster reads: (Wiktionary)
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