“Singin' in the Rain” quotes

(1952)
Movie Singin' in the Rain
Gene Kelly directed this movie in 1952
Title Singin' in the Rain
Year 1952
Directors Stanley Donen, Gene Kelly
Genre Comedy, Musical, Romance
Plot – Don, a variety show actor, decides to start a movie career and acts in a silent movie with Lina Lamont, who falls in love with Don confusing fiction with reality. When Don meets Kathy, a young singer and dancer, he falls in love with her, but Lina's jealousy is uncontrollable and she tries everything to make her rival dismiss.
All actors – Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell, Cyd Charisse, Douglas Fowley, Rita Moreno, Dawn Addams, John Albright, Betty Allen, Sue Allen, Marie Ardell, Bette Arlen, Jimmy Bates, Marcella Becker, Margaret Bert, David Blair, Madge Blake, Gail Bonney, Gwen Carter, Bill Chatham, Lyle Clark, Mae Clarke, Harry Cody, Chick Collins, Pat Conway, Jeanne Coyne, Ruby C. Currie, Fred Datig Jr., Bert Davidson, Robert Dayo, Patricia Denise, Kay Deslys, Gloria DeWerd, John Dodsworth, King Donovan, Michael Dugan, Phil Dunham, Helen Eby-Rock, Marietta Elliott, Richard Emory, Betty Erbes, Charles Evans, Tommy Farrell, Don Fields, Ernie Flatt, Bess Flowers, Robert Fortier, Dan Foster, Robert Foulk, Kathleen Freeman, Lance Fuller, Jeanne Gail, Glen Gallagher, Jon Gardner, Diane Garrett, Jack George, Shirley Glickman, Inez Gorman, A. Cameron Grant, Beatrice Gray, Marion Gray, William Hamel, Betty Hannon, Timmy Hawkins, Dean Henson, Jean Heremans, Stuart Holmes, Joyce Horne, Don Hulbert, Frank Hyers, Patricia Jackson, Ivor James, Morgan Jones, David Kasday, Jan Kayne, Jimmy Kelly, Kenner G. Kemp, Mike Lally, Judy Landon, Joi Lansing, Janet Lavis, Virginia Lee, William F. Leicester, Peggy Leon, Diki Lerner, Bill Lewin, Sylvia Lewis, John Logan, Leon Lontoc, Shirley Lopez, Joan Maloney, Paul Maxey, Dorothy McCarty, Ann McCrea, Johnny McGovern, Joseph Mell, Sheila Meyers, Carl Milletaire, Gloria Moore, Marilyn Moore, Forbes Murray, Peggy Murray, Anne Neyland, Ruth Packard, Dorothy Patrick, Allen Pinson, 'Snub' Pollard, Angi O. Poulos, Charles Regan, Shirley Jean Rickert, Joanne Rio, Joel Robinson, Joette Robinson, Tony Rocke, Dennis Ross, Paul Salata, Audrey Saunders, Russell Saunders, William Schallert, Betty Scott, David Sharpe, Elaine Stewart, Ben Strobach, Brick Sullivan, Allen Sutherland, Julius Tannen, Harry Tenbrook, Jimmy Thompson, Dee Turnell, Tommy Walker, Audrey Washburn, Bobby Watson, Robert Williams, Wilson Wood, Adam York, Norma Zimmer
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  • “- Cosmo Brown: The price of fame. You've got the glory, you gotta take the little heartaches that go with it. Now look at me: I've got no fame, I've got no glory, I've got no big mansions, I've got no money! But I've got - what have I got?
    - Don Lockwood: I don't know, what have you got?
    - Cosmo Brown: I gotta get out of here.”

    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
    Gene Kelly - Don Lockwood
    [Tag:fame, money]
  • “Dignity. Always, dignity.”
    Gene Kelly - Don Lockwood
    [Tag:dignity]
  • “Short people have long faces, and long people have short faces. Big people have little humor, and little people have no humor at all.”
    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
  • “- Don Lockwood: Tell me the truth, am I a good actor?
    - Cosmo Brown: As long as I'm working for Monumental Pictures, you're the greatest of 'em all.”

    Gene Kelly - Don Lockwood
    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
  • What's the first thing an actor learns? "The show must go on!' Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet, the show must go on!
    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
    [Tag:perseverance]
  • “- Cosmo Brown: Talking pictures, that means I'm out of a job. At last I can startsuffering and write that symphony.
    - R.F. Simpson: You're not out of job, we're putting you in as head of our new music department.
    - Cosmo Brown: Oh, thanks, R.F.! At last I can stop suffering and write that symphony.”

    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
    Millard Mitchell - R.F. Simpson
    [Tag:job, music, pain]
  • “What's wrong with the way I talk? What's the big idea? Am I dumb or something?”
    Jean Hagen - Lina Lamont
    [Tag:talking, voice]
  • “If we bring a little joy into your humdrum lives, it makes us feel as though our hard work ain't been in vain for nothin'. Bless you all.”
    Jean Hagen - Lina Lamont
    [Tag:audiences, joy]
  • “Lina. She can't act, she can't sing, she can't dance. A triple threat.”
    Donald O'Connor - Cosmo Brown
    [Tag:inability]
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