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In 1927, the former stunt Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) becomes a successful actor with the company of his best friend Cosmo Brown (Donald O’Connor) forming a romantic pair with the actress Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen). In the period of transition from silent movies to talking pictures, Don accidentally meets the aspirant actress Kathy Selden (Debbie Reynolds) while escaping from his fans and fall in love for her. Lina has troubles with the sharp tune of her voice, and Cosmo and Don decides to dub her, using Kathy's voice, to save their movie. "Singin' In the Rain" is a song with lyrics by Arthur Freed and music by Nacio Herb Brown, published in 1929. However, it is unclear exactly when the song was written with some claiming that the song was written and performed as early as 1927. But the song is surely best known today as the centerpiece of the musical film Singin' in the Rain (1952), in which Gene Kelly memorably danced to the song while splashing through puddles during a rainstorm in California. Alfred Hitchcock in NORTH BY NORTWEST and Stanley Kubrick in CLOCKWORK ORANGE pay tribute to Gene Kelly and this song.
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The clip Beautiful Girl fashion from Singin' in the Rain (1952) For lounging in her boudoir This simple plain pajama Her cloak is trimmed with monkey fur To lend a dash of drama Anyone for tennis? Well, this will make them cringe And you'll knock 'em dead at dinner If your gown just drips with fringe You simply can't be too modest At the beach or by the pool And in summertime, it's organdy That'll keep you fresh and cool You'd never guess what loud applause This cunning hat receives And you'd never dream the things That you could hide Within these sleeves A string of pearls with a suit of tweed It's started quite a riot And if you must wear fox to the opera Dame Fashion says, "Dye it" Black is best when you're in court The judge will be impressed But white is right when you're a bride And you want to be well-dressed Beautiful girl
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Beautiful Girl fashion Part 2 from Singin' in the Rain (1952) For you I've got a passion Beautiful girl You're my queen of fashion I'm in a whirl Over... ...my beautiful girl
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The clip Kathy's casting offer from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Gene Kelly, Millard Mitchell That's stupendous! Thanks. Kathy, come here. This will start a trend in musical pictures. Mr. Simpson's thinking about casting you as Zelda's sister. That's wonderful! Hey, Kathy! That's Kathy Selden. Thanks anyway. It was nice of you. Wait a minute. That's all right. Before Mr. Lockwood refreshes your memory, you may as well know... ...I hit Miss Lamont with the cake. It was meant for Mr. Lockwood. I'm sorry. I should've told you. Wait a minute. What's this all about? We were gonna use her, but if it'd make you and Lina unhappy- Unhappy? It's wonderful. He's been looking for her! Are you speaking for Lina also? The owner of the Coconut Grove may do what Lina tells him... ... but you're the head of this studio. Yes, I am. She's hired. Don't let Lina know she's on the lot. Take care of that. Thank you, Mr. Simpson! I'm glad you turned up. We've been looking inside every cake in town.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip tap dancing from Singin' in the Rain (1952)
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The clip tap dancing Part 2 from Singin' in the Rain (1952) "A"
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The clip Moses Supposes from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Bobby Watson "Moses supposes his toeses are roses... ...but Moses supposes erroneously. " "Moses, he knowses his toeses aren't roses... ...as Moses supposes his toeses to be. " "Moses supposes his toeses are roses... ...but Moses supposes erroneously. " "But Moses, he knowses his toes aren't roses... ...as Moses supposes his toeses to be. " "Moses supposes his toeses are roses... ...but Moses supposes erroneously. " A mose is a mose. A rose is a rose. A toes is a toes. Moses supposes his toeses are roses But Moses supposes erroneously Moses, he knowses His toeses aren't roses As Moses supposes his toeses to be Moses supposes his toeses are roses But Moses supposes erroneously For Moses knowses His toeses aren't roses As Moses supposes his toeses to be A rose is a rose Is a rose is a rose is A rose is what Moses Supposes his toes is Couldn't be a lily Or a taffy daffy dilly It's gotta be a rose 'Cause it rhymes with "mose" Moses Moses Moses
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Diction class from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Kathleen Freeman, Donald O'Connor Now... Ta, te, ti, toe, too. Ta, te, ti, toe, too. No, no, Miss Lamont... ...round tones, round tones. Now let me hear you read your line. "And I can't stan' 'im. " And I can't stand him. "And I can't stan' 'im. " "Can't. " Can't. "Can't. " Can't! Can't. Can't. Very good. "Around the rocks the rugged rascal ran. " "Around the rocks the rugged-" No, no. "Rocks. " "Rocks. " "Around the rocks the rugged rascal ran. " Very good. Hi, Don. Shall I continue? Don't mind me. Now. "Sinful Caesar sipped his snifter... ...seized his knees and sneezed. " "Sinful Caesar snipped his sifter-" Sipped his snifter. "Sipped his snifter. " Oh, thank you. "Sinful Caesar sipped his snifter, seized his knees and sneezed. " Marvelous. Wonderful. Here is a good one. "Chester chooses chestnuts, cheddar cheese with chewy chives. He chews them and he chooses them. He chooses them and he chews them... ...those chestnuts, cheddar cheese and chives... ...in cheery, charming chunks. " Wonderful! Do another one. Thank you.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Don sings to Kathy from Singin' in the Rain (1952) Life was a song You came along I've laid awake the whole night through If I but dared To think you cared This is what I'd say to you You were meant for me And I was meant for you Nature patterned you And when she was done You were all the sweet things Rolled up in one You're like A plaintive melody That never lets me free But I'm content The angels must have sent you And they meant you Just for me
21 Nov 2011
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The clip You Were Meant For Me from Singin' in the Rain (1952) But I'm content The angels must have sent you And they meant you Just for me
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The clip proper setting from Singin' in the Rain (1952) This is the proper setting. Why, it's just an empty stage. At first glance, yes. But wait a second. A beautiful sunset. Mist from the distant mountains. Colored lights in a garden. Milady is standing on her balcony, in a rose-trellised bower... ...flooded with moonlight. We add 500,000 kilowatts of stardust. A soft summer breeze. You sure look lovely in the moonlight. Now that you have the proper setting, can you say it? I'll try. Life was a song
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Don's feelings from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Debbie Reynolds, Gene Kelly Is it all right for you to be seen with me? You mean, lofty star with humble player? Not exactly. But for lunch, don't you tear a pheasant with Miss Lamont? Look, Kathy. All that stuff about Lina and me is sheer publicity. Certainly seems more than that... ...from what I've read in all those articles in the fan magazines. Oh, you read the fan magazines? I pick them up in the beauty parlor or the dentist's office... ...just like anybody. Honest? I buy four or five a month. You buy four or five...? To get back to the main point... ...you achieve a kind of intimacy in all your pictures- Did you say all my pictures? Now that I think of it, I've seen eight or nine of them. Eight or nine. It seems to me I remember someone saying: "If you've seen one, you've seen them all. " I did say some awful things that night, didn't I? No, I deserved them. Of course, I must admit I was pretty much upset by them. So upset that I haven't been able to think of anything but you ever since. Honest? Honest. I've been pretty upset too. Kathy, look, I... Kathy, seeing you again now that I... I'm trying to say something to you, but I... I'm such a ham. I guess I'm not able to without the proper setting. What do you mean? Come here.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Beautiful Girl from Singin' in the Rain (1952) Beautiful girl You're a gorgeous mixture Of all that lies Under the big blue skies My heart cries Who's that? She looks familiar. I featured her before, in lots of nightclub shows. I've seen her there. She'd be good as Zelda's sister. That's a good idea. Excuse me. There may be blondes and brunettes That are hard to resist You surpass them like a queen You've got those lips That were meant to be kissed And you're over sweet 16 Beautiful girl What a gorgeous creature Beautiful girl Let me call a preacher What can I do But give my heart to you? A beautiful girl Is like a great work of art She's stylish She's chic And she also is smart
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The clip musical numbers montage from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Donald O'Connor I got a feeling You're fooling I got a feeling You're havin' fun I get the go-by When you are done foolin' with me It's a holiday, today's The Wedding of the Painted Doll It's a jolly day The news is spreading- Should I reveal exactly how I feel Should I confess- I got a feeling you're fooling I got a feeling you're- It's a holiday, today's- Should I reveal Exactly how I feel Beautiful girl You're a lovely picture
21 Nov 2011
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The clip Dream Of You from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Gene Kelly I have a surprise. A very special cake. I want you kiddies to have the first piece. Well! If it isn't Ethel Barrymore! I do hope you'll favor us with something special. Say, Hamlet's soliloquy... ...or a scene from Romeo and Juliet? Don't be shy. You make about the prettiest Juliet I've ever seen. Really. All I do is dream of you The whole night through With the dawn I still go on Dreaming of you You're every thought You're everything You're every song I ever sing Summer, winter, autumn and spring And were there more than Twenty-four hours a day They'd be spent in sweet content Dreaming away When skies are gray When skies are blue Morning, noon and nighttime too All I do the whole day through Is dream of you It's the cat's meow! All I do the whole day through Is dream of you I had to tell you how good you were.
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The clip cake throwing from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor Excuse me. Now that I know where you live, I'd like to see you home. Listen, Mr. Lockwood- Say, who is this dame anyway? Someone lofty and far above us all. She couldn't learn anything from the movies. She's a stage actress. Here's one thing I've learned from the movies! I'll kill her! Lina, she was aiming at me! You never looked lovelier. It was an accident. It happens to me five or six times a day. Where is she? Donnie? Excuse me. Where'd Miss Selden go? She grabbed her things and bolted. Anything I can do? Sorry. I don't have time to find out. Kathy!
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