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Gene Kelly: An American In Pasadena (1978) DVD

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Gene Kelly: An American In Pasadena (1978)


Marty Pasetta


Buz Kohan


Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Cyd Charisse

Gene fresh from "That's Entertainment Part II" and still in good shape. He dances softly with Cyd Charisse (splendorous, as usual) and performs two other good tap dance numbers, one with a dozen of kids (his pupils, as he declares) with the music of "Anchors Aweigh", and the other with two old friends (one of them is his life-time assistant Alex Romero)in the mood and time of three great dancers enjoying themselves. And all the show, dialogue, humor, jokes (Kelly and Frank Sinatra remembering their old friendship with the Rodgers and Hart's song "I Could Write a Book") and mood shares the complicity of the audience of Pasadena and the man on the stage: love, admiration, devotion, great fun. Kelly meets Liza Minnelli and both remember a number they made for an old TV show circa 1958, when she was a little girl, just the daughter of Judy and Vincent, with the immortal song "For Me and My Gal". Later, he meets his own daughter Bridget (age 13) and friend and admirer Cindy Williams, but the real joy of it all is the reunion on stage of Kelly with his leading ladies of the past: Lucille Ball, Cyd Charisse, Kathryn Grayson, Betty Garrett, Gloria De Haven and Janet Leigh (whatever happened to Leslie Caron and Debbie Reynolds?). For the admirers of Gene Kelly and the Hollywood Musical this is a must.

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