That's Entertainment! (1974) - (Movie Clip) The Greatest Partner
Mickey Rooneys narration ends with a toss to Gene Kelly on MGMs New York set, who recklessly names his favorite partner, throwing to their number in Take Me Out To The Ball Game, 1949, in the studios 50th anniversary musical compilation, Thats Entertainment!, 1974.
That's Entertainment! - (Original Trailer)
An all-star cast, including Frank Sinatra and Fred Astaire, introduce clips from MGM's greatest musicals in That's Entertainment! (1974).
That's Entertainment! (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Singin' In The Rain
Frank Sinatra opens the narration with some of the history of the song by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, especially as it relates to movies and to MGM, in the studios hit 50th anniversary documentary feature, Thats Entertainment!, 1974.
That's Entertainment! (1974) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Never See The Likes
Near the end of Frank Sinatras opening narrated segment, something of a climax with Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powells brilliant single-take tap number to Begin The Beguine, from Broadway Melody Of 1940, in MGMs 50th anniversary clip-fest, Thats Entertainment!, 1974.
That's Entertainment! (1974) -- (Movie Clip) Pretty Hard To Top
Peter Lawford wraps up his bit of hosting with a throw to James Stewart, who resumes with comments about the arrival of talking pictures, throwing to a clip of Robert Montgomery toiling in Free And Easy, 1930, in the MGM 50th anniversary documentary Thats Entertainment!, 1974.