Title: Singin' in the rain Year: 1952 Cast: Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse Music: Nacio Herb Brown Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer All Right Reserved by the Warner Bros. Entertainment.
70 years ago…
What is the music from begin till p2ytvJxTjTU&t=0m30s 0:30 called?
(And i mean in genre)
I love the violins in this kind of music.
Like the Tom & Jerry intro music, Etta James - At Last (the violin part after she sings at last😍)
I just don't know what to look for when searching it.
Before editing, this scene probably sounded like, "BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!"
esta escena es una de mis cosas favoritas en esta vida
I love the way it seems like the purple floor goes out into the horizon and meets with the purple colored curtain of a sky, as if it goes on for eternity
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Just got back from Fathom Events 70th anniversary screening of Singin' in the Rain at my local theater and had to immediately re-watch this scene. So amazing.
The Broadway Melody sequence does not fit at all in the movie. Studio heads insisted it be removed but Kelly held firm that it stayed. Debbie Reynolds was "limited in her dancing abilities" according to Kelly and he needed sequences with a professional dancer. Charisse was brought in and the sequence was shot.
Om Shanti Om ruined for me 💀😭
This dance comes across as dreamlike and gentle and flowing...in reality, the fans that were necessary to blow that very lengthy strip of fabric were huge and extremely noisy. Neither Cyd nor Gene could hear any music over the overwhelming noise, so they just had to count in their heads to keep track of where they were supposed to be at any particular time. The direction of the fans also had to be constantly adjusted to get the fabric to move in the right direction.
I read somewhere that the long piece of fabric was being lifted by giant wind fans on the set. That romantic dance sequence, along with the Broadway Rhythm one incredibly practically perfect. Part of what made Singing In The Rain such an unforgettable movie. There is no one left who can dance like the great Gene Kelly.
They just don't make 'em any hotter than Cyd!
The "Singing In The Rain" dance is iconic, and learning Gene had a 103
This is hands down my all time favorite movie scene. Both Cyd and Gene were such babes and the talent they both possessed was just outstanding. Not to mention the fabulous veil! I keep wondering how they made it shoot straight up like that ( p2ytvJxTjTU&t=01m53s 01:53 ) must have been a grate in the floor that they somehow made invisible?? Anyway, thank you for uploading!
Just incredible work by whoever controlled those wind machines!
I became infected by this film in the 60's. My dad loved Cyd and I inherited his love. This is my favourite musical because of this sequence and Gene and Cyd.