Singin' In The Rain (1951) - (Movie Clip) Zelda's Kid Sister
In the Revolution In Hollywood montage, Rita Moreno as Zelda in the cocktail shaker routine and the cutaways, with four Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed tunes, Jimmy Thompson the crooner, Debbie Reynolds with him as Kathy, Millard Mitchell the studio boss, Donald OConnor as Cosmo, Tommy Farrell as Sid the A-D, in Singin In The Rain, 1951.
Singin' in the Rain - (Original Trailer)
A silent screen swashbuckler (Gene Kelly) finds love while trying to adjust to the coming of sound in Singin' in the Rain (1952), directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Moses Supposes
Silent star Don (co-director and choreographer Gene Kelly) with diction coach (Robert Watson), joined by musical partner Cosmo (Donald OConnor) for the flat-out athletic tap number to the song by Roger Edens, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, a rousing bit from Singin In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song
The complete title song and dance, newly-enraptured Gene Kelly (also co-director with Stanley Donen and choreographer) as movie star Don Lockwood, tune by Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed, in the Best Picture-winner made by his famed Freed Unit at MGM, Singin In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1951) -- (Movie Clip) That Famous Zip Girl
In fact the greater part of Rita Morenos performance as flapper movie star Zelda Zanders, in Singin In The Rain, 1951, at the opening of the Gene Kelly/Jean Hagen (Don Lockwood, Lina Lamont) movie, introduced by Madge Blake, Stuart Holmes her eligible bachelor.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Dignity, Always Dignity
Dora (Madge Blake) the M-C, sidekick Cosmo (Donald OConnor) already in place, co-director Gene Kelly (as matinee idol Don Lockwood), with Jean Hagen, silent for now (as co-star Lina), launches the biography bit, song by Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart, from the opening to MGMs Singin In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) All I Do Is Dream Of You
The studio boss (Millard Mitchell) after a talking-picture demo, with Cosmo (Donald OConnor) pal of star Don (Gene Kelly), whos delighted to find snooty Cathy (Debbie Reynolds) doing a cheesecake gig, song by Nacio Herb Brown and producer Arthur Freed, bimbo Lina (Jean Hagen) getting pied, in Singin In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Wired For Sound
Comedy set piece on the switch to talkies, Gene Kelly as silent-star Don Lockwood, Jean Hagen stealing it as his dingbat screen lover Lina, with the disastrous voice, Douglas Fowley the imploding director, Millard Mitchell the studio boss with the slapstick payoff, in Singin In The Rain, 1952.
Singin' In The Rain (1952) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not An Actor!
After the premiere, silent-movie star Don Lockwood (Gene Kelly) with musical partner Cosmo (Donald OConnor) in Hollywood, gets mobbed and, with a coy contemporary-swashbuckling escape, meets opinionated Cathy (Debbie Reynolds), early in MGMs Singin In The Rain, 1952.