The clip introduction from Singin' in the Rain (1952) with Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds
I'd like to know whose hospitality I'm enjoying.
Selden. Kathy Selden.
Enchanted, Miss Selden.
I'm sorry I frightened you.
I was getting a little too much love from my fans.
Oh, that's what you were running away from.
They did that to you? That's terrible!
Yes. Yes, it is, isn't it?
It is terrible.
Well, we movie stars get the glory...
...I guess we have to take the little heartaches that go with it.
People think we lead lives of glamour and romance...
...but we're really lonely.
I really can't tell you how sorry I am about taking you for a criminal.
But it was understandable, under the circumstances. I knew I'd seen you.
Which of my pictures have you seen?
I don't remember.
I saw one once.
You saw one once?
I think you were dueling.
And there was a girl. Lina Lamont.
I don't go to the movies much.
If you've seen one, you've seen them all.
Movies are entertaining for the masses...
...but the personalities on the screen don't impress me.
They don't talk or act. They just make a lot of dumb show.
Well, you know.
You mean, like what I do.
Here we are, Sunset and Camden.