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Singin' in the Rain

Singin' in the Rain

Singin' in the Rain is a timeless and iconic musical film that first graced the silver screen in 1952. Directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen, this beloved movie takes audiences on a delightful journey through the transition from silent films to "talkies" in Hollywood's Golden Age.

Starring an incredibly talented cast, Singin' in the Rain features Gene Kelly himself as the lead character, Don Lockwood—a charming and accomplished silent film star. Kelly's mesmerizing dance numbers and impeccable comedic timing make him the perfect fit for this unforgettable role. His portrayal of Lockwood captures both the glamour and challenges that Hollywood stars faced during this transformative era.

Joining Kelly is the stunning Debbie Reynolds, who plays Kathy Selden, an aspiring young actress and love interest to Lockwood. Reynolds' portrayal of Selden is both endearing and talented, as she seamlessly transitions from aspiring actress to talented performer throughout the film. Reynolds' infectious energy and charisma shine through her character, making Kathy Selden a beloved figure in the hearts of audiences.

Donald O'Connor, a gifted performer in his own right, stars as Cosmo Brown, Lockwood's best friend and comical sidekick. O'Connor's incredible dance skills and comedic flair light up the screen, as he delivers memorable performances such as his iconic "Make 'Em Laugh" routine. O'Connor's chemistry with both Kelly and Reynolds adds an extra layer of humor and charm, making Singin' in the Rain a dynamic and entertaining experience.

The film also features Jean Hagen as Lina Lamont, a popular actress known for her beauty but incredibly grating voice. Hagen skillfully brings Lina to life, captivating audiences with her hilarious and over-the-top portrayal of an actress struggling to adapt to the emergence of sound in films. Her comically high-pitched voice and attempts at singing create some of the movie's funniest moments.

Directed with precision and style, Singin' in the Rain showcases the incredible artistry of all those involved, including the behind-the-scenes crew. The choreography, predominantly designed by Gene Kelly himself, is a standout feature of the film. With magical dance numbers such as the iconic "Singin' in the Rain" sequence, Kelly's breathtaking talent and inventive dance moves take center stage.

The music, composed by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, is filled with memorable tunes that have become timeless classics. From the titular "Singin' in the Rain" to the infectious "Good Morning," the songs perfectly complement the story and performances. The soundtrack captures the exuberance and joy of the era, allowing audiences to immerse themselves in the world of Hollywood's Golden Age.

The enduring popularity of Singin' in the Rain is a testament to its timeless appeal. Even decades after its release, the film continues to be celebrated and loved by audiences of all ages. The toe-tapping dance numbers and the heartwarming story of love and triumph resonate with viewers around the world.

If you want to relive the magic of Singin' in the Rain, you can easily play and download the sounds and songs from this unforgettable film. Whether it's for dancing in the rain or simply immersing yourself in the glamorous world of Hollywood, the melodies and rhythms of Singin' in the Rain will transport you to a bygone era of cinema magic.

A beautiful girl Is like a great work of art.
A beautiful sunset.
A flat.
A little late. The picture's finished.
A man records it on a big record in wax...
A million hearts beat quicker there.
A million lights.
A mose is a mose.
A plaintive melody.
A real lady.
A rose is a rose Is a rose is a rose is.
A rose is a rose.
A rose is what Moses Supposes his toes is.
A sandbag hits his head.
A soft summer breeze.
A string of pearls with a suit of tweed.
A talking picture.
A toes is a toes.
Absolutely nothing.
Acting means great parts, wonderful lines, glorious words.
ACTOR: Pierre is Miles away, you witch.
ACTOR: Yes, yes, yes.
ACTOR: Yes, yes, yes.
Add songs and dances, trim bad scenes, add new ones.
Ain't been in vain for nothing.
All I do the whole day through Is dream of you.
All I do the whole day through Is dream of you.
All right, all right.
All right, everybody! Save it!
All right, go ahead.
All right, open that screen.
All right, sit down, sit down.
All the ladies of the court wish they were in your shoes.
All the theaters are putting in sound equipment.
ALL: Ooh.
Always dignity."
And at all times...
And dancin' in the rain.
And her new husband, the Baron de la Bonnet de la Toulon.
And here comes that exotic star, Olga Mara!
And I can't stand him.
And I can't stand him.
And I control my publicity, not you.
And I just won't do it.
And I know what you've been busy at. Looking for that girl.
And I was meant for you.
And I...
And I'm gonna for a long time.
And I'm ready for love.
And I'm ready for love.
And I'm ready for love.
And I'm sure you and Lina will continue making movie history tonight...
And if the girl were I.
And if the girl were I.
And if you must wear fox to the opera.
And in summertime, it's organdy.
And of course, all through those pictures...
And remember, Lockwood, you might be trading that fiddle in for a harp.
And she also is smart.
And she's getting full screen credit for it too.
And singin' Just singin' in the rain
And singin' Just singin' in the rain.
And singin'.
And then you get A great big custard pie in the face.
And there was a girl. Lina Lamont.
And they meant you.
And they meant you.
And they were only friends.
And were there more than Twenty four hours a day.
And whatever you say goes through the wire onto the record.
And when she was done.
And with him, I used to perform for Mum and Dad's society friends.
And would you dare to say.
And you and you and you.
And you could charm the critics And have nothing to eat.
And you got it.
And you want to be well dressed.
And you'd never dream the things That you could hide.
And you'll give her a bigger one in the next.
And you'll knock 'em dead at dinner.
And you're over sweet 16.
Anyone for tennis?
Are my.
Are synchronized together...
Are you doing anything tonight, Miss Lamont?
Are you speaking for Lina also?
As far as I can see, she's the only one who's finished.
As he was being led To the guillotine
As long as I work for Monumental, you're the greatest.
As Moses supposes his toeses to be.
As Moses supposes his toeses to be.
As they.
Ask me a riddle I'm happy to say.
At first glance, yes.
At the Conservatory of Fine Arts.
Beautiful girl Let me call a preacher.
Beautiful girl What a gorgeous creature.
Beautiful girl You're a gorgeous mixture.
Beautiful girl.
Beautiful girl.
Because you liked her. I could tell.
Before Mr. Lockwood refreshes your memory, you may as well know...
Believe me, I don't like her half as much as I hate you.
Believe me, it'll be a sensation.
Better go in separate cars to break up the mobs. Come on, honey.
Big people have little humor Little people have no humor at all
Black is best when you're in court.
Bless you all.
BOTH SINGING: Moses supposes his toeses are roses.
Boys, this is great.
Broadway rhythm It's got me.
Broadway rhythm It's got me.
Broadway rhythm It's got me.
But are we? No.
But before...
But came the dawn, the show goes on And I don't wanna say good night.
But give my heart to you?
But I never want to see you again...
But I'm content.
But I'm content.
But in the dream, we can still use the costumes.
But into the bush!
But it was understandable, under the circumstances. I knew I'd seen you.
But Moses supposes erroneously.
But Moses supposes erroneously.
But Moses supposes erroneously.
But Moses supposes erroneously."
But most important of all, I continue living up to my motto:
But the night is full of our enemies.
But the personalities on the screen don't impress me.
But wait a second.
But we're really lonely.
But white is right when you're a bride.
But you have to talk into the Mike first.
But you're such big stars, we might get by.
By the way. You know the scene coming up where I say:
Can't a girl get a word in edgewise? They're my public too!
Can't that girl take a gentle hint?
Can't. Can't.
Captured by Rouge Noir of the Purple Terror?
Colored lights in a garden.
Come here, Kathy. Come here. Now, sing.
Come here.
Come on with the rain I've a smile on my face.
Come on with the rain.
Come on, come on.
Come on, my little starlets.
Come on, now. Snap out of it.
Come on. Knock him down!
Come out from behind that screen, Mr. Simpson.
Come to my office. We'll discuss a contract.
Contract dated June 8, 1925, paragraph 34, subdivision letter A.
Cos, tell me the truth. Am I a good actor?
Cosmo is Don's best friend.
Cosmo, mood music.
COSMO: All right, Kathy. Go ahead.
COSMO: All set in there?
COSMO: Good morning.
COSMO: That's great! Perfect. Cut.
Couldn't be a lily Or a Taffy daffy dilly.
Cut the talk, Lina. Sing!
Dame Fashion says, "Dye it".
DANCERS SINGING: When I hear that happy beat.
Dancin' in the rain.
Darn tooting she did. I arranged it.
Definitely, no.
Despite the threats of Madame Guillotine.
DEXTER: All right, here we go.
DEXTER: Camera!
DEXTER: Hey, Don.
DEXTER: It's Lina.
Dexter: Lina, you hate him. Resist him. Keep that mood music going.
Dexter: Well! Here comes our lovely leading lady now.
Did somebody get paid for writing that?
Did you ever see anything as idiotic as me on that screen?
Did you read Variety today?
Did you say all my pictures?
Did you send this stuff out?
DIRECTOR 1: Keep that action going. More steam in the kettle!
DIRECTOR 2: Keep the background moving. Hit him.
Do you really think you can get me in the movies?
Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont!
Don Lockwood, but the fellas call me "Donald."
Don, keep your eyes riveted on my face.
Don, tell me confidentially, are these rumors true...
Don, you're a genius.
DON: Audiences everywhere adored us.
DON: Finally we decided to come to sunny California.
DON: Hey, Kathy!
DON: Hey! You're playing rough here! You're tearing my...!
DON: I got an idea. Come here.
DON: Lina and I have had the same wonderful relationship ever since.
DON: My roles in these films were urbane...
DON: Oh, thank you.
DON: They used to make such a fuss over me.
DON: This is the proper setting.
DON: What's the matter?
Don! Don't you dare call him Don!
Don's a smash too.
Don't get any fancy ideas about the future. Tell her!
Don't let Lina know about it.
Don't make any quick movements or you might disconnect it.
Don't stand there. Tell them!
Don't tell me what to do, Lina.
Don't tell me. It's a flat tire.
Don't ya... All the...
Don't you get it?
Don't you know everyone wants to laugh, ha, ha.