The Hangman is a move derived from the Charleston, and the movement is driven by the rotation of the hips.
The upper body does not join in with this rotation, so the overall effect gives an illusion of rubbery legs.
left side view
right side view
1. S:0B Start with the dancer's weight on their right foot. The dancer lifts their left leg out to the left, with knee slightly bent and with hips pointed slightly right so that the left toe points down towards the ground.
2. S:0B The dancer turns their hips slightly to the left so that their left foot points upwards.
3. S:TL The dancer closes their left foot to their right foot while lifting their right leg out to the side, toes pointed down.
4. S:0B The dancer turns their right leg so that their right foot points upwards.