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Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain, 1952 pic.twitter.com/cLert4X46m

Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain, 1952 pic.twitter.com/cLert4X46m

Gene Kelly - Singing in the Rain

Gene Kelly - Singing in the Rain

Debbie Reynolds & Gene Kelly (Singin' In The Rain)   one of my favorites

Debbie Reynolds & Gene Kelly (Singin' In The Rain) one of my favorites

"Singin' in the Rain" (1952)  Gene Kelly had what Fred Astaire didn't: sex appeal. This is why "Singin' in the Rain" is still a thrilling dance movie to watch more than 50 years later. "Ladies and gentlemen, stop that girl, that girl running up the aisle. Stop her! That's the girl whose voice you heard and loved tonight. She's the real star of the picture. Kathy Selden!"

"Singin' in the Rain" (1952) Gene Kelly had what Fred Astaire didn't: sex appeal. This is why "Singin' in the Rain" is still a thrilling dance movie to watch more than 50 years later. "Ladies and gentlemen, stop that girl, that girl running up the aisle. Stop her! That's the girl whose voice you heard and loved tonight. She's the real star of the picture. Kathy Selden!"

Patrick Swayze dies: Jennifer Grey pays tribute to Dirty Dancing co-star

Patrick Swayze dies: Jennifer Grey pays tribute to Dirty Dancing co-star

I feel like those roles were them in their real form and the friendship in Mary Poppins was so so real. Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews. So classic!

I feel like those roles were them in their real form and the friendship in Mary Poppins was so so real. Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews. So classic!

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn

gene kelly

gene kelly

“I wanted to invent some kind of American dance that was danced to the music that I grew up on: Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hart and Irving Berlin. So I evolved a style that certainly didn’t catch on right away - but I had some good mentors in New York who encouraged me.”- Gene Kelly

“I wanted to invent some kind of American dance that was danced to the music that I grew up on: Cole Porter and Rodgers and Hart and Irving Berlin. So I evolved a style that certainly didn’t catch on right away - but I had some good mentors in New York who encouraged me.”- Gene Kelly

danny zuko, john travolta :)

danny zuko, john travolta :)

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