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Singin' in the Rain


Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Hagen View All


Stanley Donen (Director), Gene Kelly (Director), Adolph Green (Screenplay), Adolph Green (Story) View All

Release: Apr. 9th, 1952
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
In 1927 Hollywood, a silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound.
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5 Singin in the Rain coming to theaters!
Just read on the IMDB that the film is getting ready to be re-released to theaters...if you've never seen this classic on a big screen, please treat yourself....

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If I, myself, would have to choose one old-fashioned musical film that does "approach" Singin' in the Rain's quality and mastery, I would go with Vincente Minnelli's amazing 1953 movie, Band Wagon.
To that end not much is ever said about the narrative, but it's a lovely, simple one, a self-referential, somewhat meta one, a film about film, that allows for a lot of humour, as well as pathos, and sets up each musical number with a deft hand.
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My other favorite number was the duel dance with Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor at that start of the film.
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