The Apache dance, the Astaire, the Continental, the Carioca, the Piccolino and the Yam were more often done as exhibition dances rather than social dances. The Continental often used the 'Strut Step' of the Truckin' dance. Eventually the Continental just
became an American Ballroom dance manuvere pattern.
Also, there is a Round dance called the 'Continental Goodnight' Which is done to the same named song, usually listed as a Two-Step.
The dance starts like a stately Minuet, where the man approaches the woman and bows and kisses her hand while doing the One step dance towards each other. As they come together, the Follower rest her head on the Leaders shoulder and do a brief circular Foxtrot, while doing this the Folower lifts her head every other measure and gazes careingly at her partner...