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On the Town


Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Betty Garrett, Ann Miller View All


Stanley Donen (Director), Gene Kelly (Director), Adolph Green (Writer), Betty Comden (Writer) View All

Release: Dec. 8th, 1949
Runtime: 1 hour, 38 minutes
Three sailors - Gabey, Chip and Ozzie - let loose on a 24-hour pass in New York and the Big Apple will never be the same! Gabey falls head over heels for "Miss Turnstiles of the Month" (he thinks she's a high society deb when she's really a 'cooch dancer at Coney Island); innocent Chip gets highjacked (literally) by a lady cab driver; and Ozzie becomes the object of interest of a gorgeous anthropologist who thinks he's the perfect example of a...
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Though I'm still not all that well-versed in the works of Gene Kelly - I think this is the only other film of his I've seen other than Singin' in the Rain, which I did like - I hold out hope that his films, while not exactly the most profound or thought-provoking of films, are at least fun and make for dazzling visual feasts.