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Gene Kelly credits ice skating and playing hockey as a youth for some of his best dance moves

Gene Kelly credits ice skating and playing hockey as a youth for some of his best dance moves

An Incredible Movie Moment: Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor in ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, 1952

An Incredible Movie Moment: Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor in ‘Singin’ in the Rain’, 1952

Audrey Hepburn | War & Peace production still | 1955 | Copyright © Paramount Pictures | Adaptated in Advance 8125 pattern maybe

Audrey Hepburn | War & Peace production still | 1955 | Copyright © Paramount Pictures | Adaptated in Advance 8125 pattern maybe

"Singin' in the Rain" (1952)  Gene Kelly had what Fred Astaire didn't: sex appeal. This is why "Singin' in the Rain" is still a thrilling dance movie to watch more than 50 years later. "Ladies and gentlemen, stop that girl, that girl running up the aisle. Stop her! That's the girl whose voice you heard and loved tonight. She's the real star of the picture. Kathy Selden!"

"Singin' in the Rain" (1952) Gene Kelly had what Fred Astaire didn't: sex appeal. This is why "Singin' in the Rain" is still a thrilling dance movie to watch more than 50 years later. "Ladies and gentlemen, stop that girl, that girl running up the aisle. Stop her! That's the girl whose voice you heard and loved tonight. She's the real star of the picture. Kathy Selden!"

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