Thousands Cheer - (Original Trailer)
An egotistical acrobat (Gene Kelly) joins the Army and falls in love with his commander's daughter in the all-star spectacular Thousands Cheer (1943).
Thousands Cheer (1944) - All The Manly Virtues
Teen soprano Kathryn (Grayson) has returned from a long-awaited date with her career-military father (John Boles), whom her mother (Mary Astor) somehow finds dull, but she has a plan to get them together, meantime cute-meeting soldier Eddy (Gene Kelly), early in MGM's Thousands Cheer, 1944.
Thousands Cheer (1944) - Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Soldier Eddy (Gene Kelly) has requested a transfer in order to impress singer girlfriend Kathryn (Grayson), which isn't going to work out but in the meantime, a famous early Kelly routine set to a popular tune from 1910, in MGM's Thousands Cheer, 1944.
Thousands Cheer (1944) - Kathryn Jones, Soprano
End of the credits proclaiming the first movie appearance of MGM stalwart to-be Jose Iturbi, conducting for singer Kathryn (Grayson) from Verdi's La Traviata, her divorced parents (Mary Astor, John Boles) in the concert hall, opening MGM's patriotic all-star musical Thousands Cheer, 1944.
Alicia Malone Intro -- Thousands Cheer (1943)
TCMs Alicia Malone introduces Thousands Cheer, 1943.