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Gene Kelly Posters – MovieActors.com

Kelly's Home

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Gene Kelly Aside from Fred Astaire, it is probably quite fair to say that Gene Kelly is in fact the cream of the crop, the crème de la crème, numero uno. He delivered what was probably one of Hollywood's greatest musical segments of all time, which he himself headlined and co-directed; "Singin' In The Rain" (1952).

Once a former dance instructor and believe it or not, gas-station attendant, Gene Kelly decided to move on and signed up for a college theatre class as well as summer stock, right before making his Broadway debut in 1940's "Pal Joey". He was only a ball-kick-change away from landing his next big role with MGM studios a little while later.


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Some people said that as a dancer he was the "thunder to Fred Astaire's lightning", but as a choreographer, he was purely genius. It was evident in his dance number, in 1945's "Anchor's Aweigh", which was the reason for his one Oscar nomination. However, from there on out he delivered one great classical after another: "On The Town" (1949), "An American In Paris" (1951), "It's Always Fair Weather" (1955), and the famous "Singin' In The Rain" (1952).

Gene Kelly was an amazing actor, awesome dancer, passionate singer, and a magnetic lady's man, with his irresistible charm and those ever-impressive dance moves. What great entertainment Kelly brought to the screen! (CD)

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Gene Kelly Quotes...

"I got started dancing because I knew it was one way to meet girls."

[on Ginger Rogers] "When Ginger Rogers danced with Fred Astaire, it was the only time in the movies when you looked at the man, not the woman."

"Fred Astaire represented the aristocracy, I represented the proletariat."

"I arrived in Hollywood twenty pounds overweight and as strong as an ox. But if I put on a white tails and tux like [Fred Astaire], I still looked like a truck driver."

"I never wanted to be a dancer. It's true! I wanted to be a shortstop for the Pittsburgh Pirates."

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Gene Kelly Interviews...

Kelly Interview with daughter Kerry Kelly Novick... KELLY ON VIDEO

Interview, July 1991, Darren Walsh, age 11, of Belfast, interviews Gene Kelly at his home in Beverly Hills. The questions were prepared by Darren and his American host family, Kerry, Kiki and Meaghan Roberts. Cindy is their mother... GENE INTERVIEW

May 1994 interview of Gene by Graham Fuller ... INTERVIEW

Gene answers questions like: What was it like working with Judy Garland in Summer Stock? You also make The Pirate and For Me And My Gal with her at MGM, Do you own any of your old movies?, etc. GENE INTERVIEW

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