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The "Broadway Melody" scene was a late addition to the film. Arthur Freed was encouraged by how well a similar sequence in An American in Paris (1951) had turned out, so he suggested that Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen conceive a similar scene-after most of the rest of the film had been shot.
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 ...
During one of Don's stuntman acts, he goes into a building, and trees are blowing in the breeze. Right before the building blows up, the trees stop blowing.
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