A 1920's screen star persuades his love-interest to lip-synch for his screeching leading lady in an early "talky". Classic musical-comedy!
The legendary bandleader's life is traced from his childhood to his triumphant 1938 performance at Carnegie Hall. Great musical guest stars and actual playing by Goodman!
Hayward's Oscar-nominated performance highlights this moving account of actress Lillian Roth's struggle with alcoholism. Colorized version available.
NCM Fathom, Turner Classic Movies, and Warner Bros are partnering to present the Singin’ in the Rain 60th Anniversary event in select movie theatres nationwide on Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 700 PM (local time). In addition to the feature, in-theatre audiences will be treated to a specially produced introduction by TCM host Robert Osborne. Mr. Osborne will take you behind the scenes of the greatest musical of all time including a special interview with Singin’ in the Rain star Debbie Reynolds. Debbie will share her thoughts on what it was like working with Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor. This 60th anniversary celebration event will be in select movie theaters nationwide on Thursday July 12 at 7:00 PM (local time). Visit FathomEvents.com for tickets and participating theaters today! *Select movie theater locations will be showing the event at 2:00 PM (local time) as well. Check local listings for details.
Silent screen couple and fake off-screen lovers Don and Lina (Gene Kelly and Jean Hagen) with Douglas Fowley as their director Roscoe, have trouble recording their first talkie scene in the fictional The Dueling Cavalier, in Singin' In The Rain, 1952.
Gene Kelly's bold experiment in choreography - Invitation to the Dance (1956) features 3 stories told in dance.
Tommy Rall (as 'The Sharpie') with a typically blinding tap number choreographed by director Gene Kelly, awaiting 'The Model' (Claude Bessy), who has the bracelet, in the Ring Around The Rosy segment of Invitation To The Dance, 1956.
Newly happy and confident now that she's using alcohol to cope with grief over the death of her first husband, singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) on a wild date with soldier Wallie (Don Taylor), whom she scarcely knows, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Now a Hollywood singing star, Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) happens in on her micro-managing mother (Jo Van Fleet), discussing prospects with lawyer David (Ray Danton), her childhood friend with whom she's recently re-united, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Second meeting of Don (Gene Kelly) and Kathy (Debbie Reynolds), a party at the studio boss's house, where she pops out of a cake, having earlier claimed to be a serious actress, Lina (Jean Hagen) objecting, in Singin' In The Rain, 1952.
Losing her grip again, now in the thrall of her money-grubbing third husband Tony (Richard Conte), singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) has an incident in an LA bar, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
The Royal Rascal, a new talking picture, gets a sneak preview in Singin' In The Rain (1952).
From the opening scenes, a circus in an Italian town, director, choreographer and star Gene Kelly as 'The Clown,' French dancer Claire Sombert as 'The Loved,' Russian Igor Youskevitch as 'The Lover,' from the experimental musical Invitation To The Dance, 1956.
Grand entrance for Susan Hayward, as the now grown-up Lillian Roth, in Hollywood shooting the number 'Sing, You Sinners' by W. Franke Harling and Sam Coslow, as made famous by the real Roth in Honey, 1930, Jo Van Fleet her preening mother, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
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