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Debbie Reynolds had no dancing experience before she made the film. She pointed this out when she was asked to be in the film, but Gene Kelly said he could teach her, just as he'd done with Frank Sinatra for Anchors Aweigh (1945). Reynolds had been a gymnast, so she wasn't completely unfamiliar with ... ...
This is Dora Bailey, ladies and gentlemen, talking to you from the front of the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. What a night, ladies and gentlemen, what a night! Every star in Hollywood's heaven is here to make Monumental Pictures' premiere of "The ...
When Don Lockwood is trying to create the romantic scene in the empty stage set, he says "We add five hundred thousand kilowatts of starlight" and flicks the switch to turn on the lights. "Five hundred thousand kilowatts" is a gross exaggeration as, even if there had been five hundred lights (highly unlikely), each would have had to produce one megawatt of energy, which would have immediately melted all the bulb filaments (and would have been impossible using 1920s technology anyway).
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