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Top 10 Best Gene Kelly Dance Scenes // Subscribe: 🤍 These Gene Kelly dance scenes will have you tapping your toes every step of the way. We're looking at the most spectacular dance numbers that Gene Kelly ever committed to celluloid. We're basing our choices on a blend of stunning choreography, the colorful personality he injects into each piece and the movie magic that pulled it all together. MsMojo ranks the best Gene Kelly dance scenes. Which Gene Kelly dance sequence is your favorite? Let us know in the comments! Watch more great dance content here: Top 10 Iconic Fred Astaire Dance Scenes - 🤍 Top 10 BEST Dance Scenes in Dance Movies - 🤍 Top 10 Iconic Broadway Dance Numbers - 🤍 Check out the voting page for this list and add your picks: 🤍 MsMojo's Social Media: Facebook►►🤍 Twitter►►🤍 Instagram►►🤍 Snapchat ►►🤍 Get MsMojo Merchandise at 🤍 Shop: 🤍 WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content of Top 10 Lists, Origins, Biographies, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
It’s Always Fair Weather (1955) #WarnerArchive #WarnerBros #It’sAlwaysFairWeather Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse and Dan Dailey are in top form and star in this classic musical comedy about three fun-loving army buddies who meet in New York City ten years after their dischargeonly to discover that each has compromised on his dreams ... and that their reunion is being broadcast as a national television special. Superbly scripted by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, reunited with directors Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen for the third, and final time. Directed By Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly Starring Gene Kelly, Dan Dailey, Cyd Charisse Subscribe to watch more Warner Archive videos: 🤍 FOLLOW WARNER ARCHIVE ON SOCIAL Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ABOUT WARNER ARCHIVE Warner Archive Collection is a branch of Warner Bros home entertainment that releases classic films and TV that were previously unreleased. Thousands of Films, TV movies and series on Blu-ray and DVD direct from the studio. WAC started as a MOD (manufactured on demand) eCommerce business in 2009 and have released over 2,500 titles spanning from the 1920s to present with distribution outlets that now include wholesale, licensee, and retail partners. Available at 🤍 Warner Archive 🤍
The complete title song and dance, 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 ('52). Subscribe now to watch more classic film content from TCM 🤍
"Good Morning" [Originally Written for Garland & Rooney's 1939 film, Babes In Arms] Words by Arthur Freed Music by Nacio Herb Brown Lyrics: Good mornin', good mornin'! We've danced the whole night through, good mornin', good mornin' to you. Good mornin', good mornin'! It's great to stay up late, good mornin', good mornin' to you. When the band began to play the sun was shinin' bright. Now the milkman's on his way, it's too late to say goodnight. So, good mornin', good mornin'! Sunbeams will soon smile through, good mornin', my darlin', to you. Here we are together, a couple of stand-uppers. Our day is done, breakfast time starts with our supper. Here we are together, ah, but the best of friends must party. So let me sing this party song from the bottom of my hearty. Good morning, it's a lovely morning. Good morning, what a wonderful day. We danced the whole night through. Good morning, good morning to you. I said good morning, see the sun is shinin'. Good morning, hear the birdies sing. It's great to stay up late. Good mornin', good mornin' to you. When the band began to play the stars were shinin' bright. Now the milkman's on his way, it's too late to say goodnight. Good morning, good morning! Sunbeams will soon smile through. Good mornin', good morning', Good mornin', my darlin', to you!
Gene Kelly dances with Jerry Mouse in the classic musical Anchors Aweigh.
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Summer Stock (1950) #WarnerArchive #WarnerBros #SummerStock To save Jane Falbury's (Judy Garland) Connecticut farm, Jane's sister, Abigail (Gloria DeHaven), convinces Herb Blake (Phil Silvers), the producer of a new Broadway show to rehearse on her farm. Although Abigail is set to star with her current beau, Joe Ross (Gene Kelly), Jane and Joe are instantly attracted to each other. Highlights include Gene Kelly's unforgettable "Newspaper Dance", and Judy's show-stopping rendition of "Get Happy." Directed by Charles Walters. Directed By Charles Walters Starring Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Eddie Bracken Subscribe to watch more Warner Archive videos: 🤍 FOLLOW WARNER ARCHIVE ON SOCIAL Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ABOUT WARNER ARCHIVE Warner Archive Collection is a branch of Warner Bros home entertainment that releases classic films and TV that were previously unreleased. Thousands of Films, TV movies and series on Blu-ray and DVD direct from the studio. WAC started as a MOD (manufactured on demand) eCommerce business in 2009 and have released over 2,500 titles spanning from the 1920s to present with distribution outlets that now include wholesale, licensee, and retail partners. Available at 🤍 Warner Archive 🤍
From Season 5, Episode 9: Road to Rupert In the original scene, Gene Kelly was dancing with Jerry (from Tom and Jerry): 🤍
The short three-minute fragment from series "Anchors Aweigh". This scene from made the movie well known, as it features a dance scene combining live action and animation between two stars: Gene Kelly and Jerry Mouse (from Tom and Jerry). Jerry Mouse plays a lonesome king who has abolished music and dance because he cannot dance. Gene Kelly comes across him moping, and decides to show him that in all you need in order to be able to dance is happiness, and they dance together. Interesting facts: For the most famous sequence in the film, Mickey Mouse was originally meant to be the dance partner of Gene Kelly. However, when Walt Disney refused to have his most famous character appear in an MGM film. Kelly turned to MGM's own animation studio and used Jerry Mouse of Tom and Jerry fame. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the writer/directors of MGM's "Tom and Jerry" cartoons, supervised the animation for the sequence. All rights reserved Warner Bros. Entertainment.
"A place where nobody dared to go... The love that we came to know... They call it Xanadu!" Watch Olivia Newton-John perform E.L.O.'s "Xanadu" along with Gene Kelly in the eponymous 1980 cult classic. We know the title of this video is confusing but we couldn't fit in the fact that while Gene Kelly's character owns and operates the '80s/'40s hybrid roller disco, Olivia Newton-John's character is the daughter of Zeus and a *literal* Greek muse. And we just really needed you to know that. Buy/Rent Xanadu! Amazon: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 YouTube Movies: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 Fandango Now: 🤍 VUDU: 🤍 Universal Pictures Home Entertainment: 🤍 Xanadu is a look at the future and a loving remembrance of the way things were in the heyday of Hollywood. The musical score includes the hit songs "Magic," "I'm Alive," "All Over the World," "Suddenly," and the title song "Xanadu." Olivia Newton-John will dazzle your senses with her luminous beauty and fabulous voice. She and Gene Kelly star in this mesmerizing musical fantasy. The '40s meets the '80s in Xanadu, a very special love story and the first lavish, old-fashioned musical to utilize today's music. © 1980 Universal City Studios, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Cast: Olivia Newton-John, Gene Kelly, Michael Beck Produced by: Lawrence Gordon Directed by: Robert Greenwald
What A Way To Go! is a 1964 American black comedy film directed by J. Lee Thompson and starring Shirley MacLaine, Paul Newman, Robert Mitchum, Dean Martin, Gene Kelly, Bob Cummings and Dick Van Dyke. 4K Ultra HD. Filming: Except for one scene at Los Angeles Airport, the entire film was shot on the Fox backlot on 73 sets. Because of the limited availability of the stars, the movie was shot over 45 days, which was considered short for a movie of this scale. The swimming pool set in the Pinky Benson sequences is the same set (with some minor redressing) used for Something's Got to Give. MacLaine was quoted as saying that she was happy to work with "Edith Head with a $500,000 budget, 72 hairstyles to match the gowns, and a $3.5-million gem collection loaned by Harry Winston of New York. Pretty good perks, I'd say." Cast: Shirley MacLaine as Louisa May Foster Paul Newman as Larry Flint Robert Mitchum as Rod Anderson Jr. Dean Martin as Leonard Crawley Gene Kelly as Pinky Benson Bob Cummings as Dr. Victor Stephanson Dick Van Dyke as Edgar Hopper Copyright: 20th Century Fox I make no claim to these materials. Fair use. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright infringement intended.
Hollywood legends Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly are teamed once again for this 1985 Western Airlines commercial.
From the movie: ON THE TOWN 1949 This is one of my all-time favorite song and tap dance numbers. It has a kind of easy flow to it that i really love and It's performed by two of the best dancers in the history of the Hollywood musical. Gene Kelly was simply one of the two best song and dance men ever and there was nothing Vera-Ellen couldn't do on the dance floor.
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A silent screen swashbuckler (Gene Kelly) finds love while trying to adjust to the coming of sound in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN ('52). Learn more about SINGIN' IN THE RAIN ('52) here: 🤍 Connect with Turner Classic Movies: Visit TCM WEBSITE: 🤍 Follow TCM on INSTAGRAM: 🤍 Like TCM on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow TCM on TWITTER: 🤍 Subscribe now to watch more classic film content from TCM 🤍
The Dean Martin Show (December 14, 1973). Dean Martin and Gene Kelly sing "You Are My Sunshine” (part 1). Doug Dillard and the Golddiggers sing "Banjo Man". Dean sings "Honey" (not the whole song). The Golddiggers sing “Open Up Your Heart”. Dean sings "Born To Lose" (not the whole song). Dean, Gene and the Golddiggers sing “Count on Me”. Dean, Gene and the Golddiggers sing "You Are My Sunshine" (part 2).
Excerpt: Gene Kelly shows with Allan Kwartler how ballet evolved from fencing. Dick Button then demonstrates the relationship between figure skating and dance. Date aired - December 21, 1958, NBC - Gene Kelly, Allan Kwartler and Dick Button For clip licensing opportunities please visit 🤍 Subscribe for more Omnibus With Alistair Cooke: 🤍 More from Gene Kelly: Gene Kelly on Rhythm with Sugar Ray Robinson: 🤍 From Old to New: Modern Tap with Gene Kelly, Feat. Patrick Adiarte: 🤍 Dancing, A Man's Game with Gene Kelly: 🤍 More Dance on Omnibus With Alistair Cooke: 🤍 Welcome to the official Omnibus With Alistair Cooke channel on YouTube - Featuring the landmark series broadcast live across the US from 1952 to 1961, the most distinguished series of Television’s Golden Age. Here we’ll look back at the award-winning collection of social, political, and cultural highlights from the mid-20th century, the most remarkable assembly of talent ever presented on American screens. Omnibus showcased both established stars and rising talent, many of whom made their television debuts on the show, starring in classic drama, modern comedy, musical theater, ballet, jazz, popular music, folk music, and dance. Omnibus ranged even further with presentations on art and architecture, avant-garde literature, American and world history, criminal and constitutional law, international relations, sports, and science. Viewers tuned in for entertainment, but also for instruction and insight. The series aired successively over the CBS, ABC, and NBC networks, consistently attracted 16 million viewers to each episode, and won more than 65 awards, including nine Emmys and two Peabody awards. Make sure you subscribe to see how television could bring the arts, science, and letters to a mass audience for the first time. Omnibus - © RSA Venture, LLC, renewed 1990 #Omnibus #OmnibusWithAlistairCooke #GeneKelly #AllanKwartler #DickButton
Famed Hollywood Director, Stanley Donen, is interviewed by Charlie Rose on the day of legendary Actor Gene Kelly's death. Singing in the Rain dance routine removed due to copyright issues.
Subscribe to TRAILERS: 🤍 Subscribe to COMING SOON: 🤍 Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: 🤍 Like us on FACEBOOK: 🤍 Follow us on TWITTER: 🤍 Xanadu Trailer - Directed by Robert Greenwald and starring Gene Kelly, Michael Beck, James Sloyan, Fred McCarren, Marty Davis. The Greek muses incarnate themselves on Earth to inspire men to achieve. One of them, incarnated as a girl named Kira, encounters an artist named Sonny Malone. With the help of Danny McGuire, a man Kira had inspired forty years earlier, Sonny builds a huge disco roller rink. Universal - 1980
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The remake (Family Guy S5E9) to the left and the original version from the movie Anchors Aweigh (1945) to the right. The song is The Worry Song. One of the most brilliant moments of Family Guy and Gene Kelly.