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Singin' in the Rain

Cast
Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell, Cyd Charisse, Douglas Fowley, Rita Moreno
Released
1952
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Radio host Dora, referring to pianist Cosmo: “He plays the piano on the set for Don and Lina to get them into those romantic moods.” (0:03)

Director Roscoe: “Keep that mood music coming.” (0:07)

A member of the audience tells her friend, referring to actress Lina, “She’s so refined I think I‘ll kill myself.” (0:11)

Actress Kathy tells Actor Don, “Just because you’re a big movie star... you expect every girl to fall in a dead faint at your feet.” (0:19)

Producer R.F.: “There’s a madman coming into my office now for months...” (0:21)

R.F. tells publicity man Rod, referring to the first “talking picture,”The Warner brothers are making a picture with this gadget, The Jazz Singer.” (0:22)

Cosmo reads to Don from a newspaper: “First talking picture, The Jazz Singer.” (0:25)

Roscoe: “Cosmo, mood music.” (0:31)

R.F. tells the others, “The Jazz Singer, that’s what’s the matter, The Jazz Singer.” (0:33)

Kathy tells R.F., “That’s alright Mr. Simpson, but before Mr. Lockwood refreshes your memory...” (0:39)

Don tells Roscoe, “We’re all a little nervous the first day.” (0:52)

Cosmo tells Don, “Ah, you’re out of your mind.”
Don: “Did you ever see anything as idiotic as me on that screen tonight?”
”You know, it may be crazy, but we’re gonna do it.” (0:59)

R.F.: “Lina, you’re out of your mind.” (1:33)

R.F.: “I’m confused.” (1:36)

References in BrooklynDough, Mean GirlsThe Full MontyTo the Bone