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How long did it take them to shoot the "Rain" dance? It is true that he had a fever of about 103 and he had been sick the days before. Is it true that milk was put in the water so the raindrops would show up better on film? That's another of those myths associated with the movie.
It was such an extraordinary challenge to light the raindrops.
The man known as “the greatest entertainer in the world” was onstage, the smoke from his cigarette trellising the air.
You had to see him: the gorgeous shirt, the cuff links, the way everything billowed.
His family also founded a dance studio in the 1930s, which Kelly attempted to use as a platform to find work as a choreographer on Broadway.
Gene Kelly did not find immediate success in New York.
He was in the dark and suddenly the spotlight picked him up—he was electric, he was hot, it was almost a sexual thing.
He was singing to Kim Novak, sitting at a stageside table; she had just finished work on Alfred Hitchcock’s the most challenging film of her career.
But just as Gene Kelly did in his dance numbers with Cyd Charisse and Leslie Caron, he swept Patricia off her feet. People don't look at it and say, "Oh that's really old and tired." They look at it and say, "Oh I'd really like to do that" or "I can do that." Gene's whole point was that the dance had to be part of the story. Before him, the story would stop and it was usually a bunch of performers and they would do a dance number on a stage and they could always cut that out because it didn't further the story.
She was then asked to write his memoirs and then asked to be his wife in 1990 (Kelly was 77 at the time). Kelly, who will be doing shows on her husband at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theatre July 20 and 21, recently spoke to Newsday about the 60th-anniversary rerelease of her husband's iconic 1952 musical, "Singin' in the Rain" (in theaters on Thursday and on Blu-ray July 17), and his influence on dance. Gene's whole notion was that the dance needed to perpetuate the story.
threatened to become a national scandal on the eve of America’s long struggle for civil rights.