The American Style Tango's evolutionary path is derived from Argentina to the United States, when it was popularized by silent film star Rudolph Valentino in 1921, who demonstrated a highly stylized form of Argentine Tango in "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse". As a result, the Hollywood-style steps mixed in with other Social Dancing steps of the time and began this branch away from the Argentine style. This style of Tango makes great use of open and alternate dance positions to further showcase Tango's dramatic nature.