Singin In The Rain Film Analysis

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Title: Singin’ In the Rain Director: Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen Other Technical Staff: Writer: Arthur Freed Producer: Arthur Freed Screenplay: Betty Comden and Adolph Green Cinematography: Harold Rosson Film Editor: Adrienne Fazan Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Genre: Hollywood Musical Major Cast Members: Gene Kelly as Don Lockwood Donald O 'Connor as Cosmo Brown. Debbie Reynolds as Kathy Selden Jean Hagen as Lina Lamont PLOT SYNOPSIS Other than singing, dancing and being a stuntman, Don Lockwood also has a popular career as a star in silent films. In the studio he works, he was always paired with Lina Lamont to the extent that his partner developed an affection towards him. Because of her dull and shallow personality, Don often give Lina the cold shoulder. During The Royal Rascal’s premier, Don was asked about his relationship with Lina. He then tells the crowd an exaggerated story of the rise of his stardom but a little information about him and Lina. Moreover, the story he tells is different from the scenes that he pictures in his mind. As she was passing by, Kathy Selden suddenly jumped into Don who was running from his fans after his little scene back in in his premier. Later that night, Don and the head of the studio, R.F Simson were present in a party where Kathy Selden appeared in a mock cake and turned out to be a chorus girl. Don took this opportunity to mock back Kathy for making fun of his career as a movie star and about what she said back in the
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