Screening: Singin’ in the Rain (1952, U)
10th November | 5:00 pm
The first of two technicolour films we are screening this autumn: Singin’ in the Rain (1952) is an extraordinary feat of story-telling and choreography combined with three-colour technology. Set during the rise of the ‘talkies’ in Hollywood in the 1920s, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, two stars of the silent-film era of Hollywood, must adapt. However, Lina has a shrill voice, and young studio singer Kathy Selden is is initially recruited to voice her parts.
Featuring some dazzling choreography and dance performance, including Moses Supposes, Make’em Laugh, Good Morning and Singin’ in the Rain, it remains a singular achievement of musical cinema.
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