G | | Comedy, Musical, Romance
A silent film production company and cast make a difficult transition to sound.
Before this film, Cyd Charisse had appeared in films as a "dance specialty" or as a supporting player since her arrival at MGM in 1944. Her torrid performance as the Louise Brooks-like vamp in the "Broadway Ballet" was so revelatory that producer Arthur Freed was moved to elevate her to star status. Her next film was The Band Wagon (1953), starring Fred Astaire.
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 some parts of the "Fit as a Fiddle" number, Cosmo and/or Don do not move their fingers while playing the fiddle.
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