Two friends stumble upon Brigadoon, a village in the Scottish highlands that comes to life for a single day every 100 years. Fine score by Lerner and Loewe!
The relationships between a powerful Hollywood producer and the people that work for him. Grahame received an Oscar for her supporting role! Colorized version available.
NCM Fathom, Turner Classic Movies, and Warner Bros are partnering to present the Singin’ in the Rain 60th Anniversary event in select movie theatres nationwide on Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 700 PM (local time). In addition to the feature, in-theatre audiences will be treated to a specially produced introduction by TCM host Robert Osborne. Mr. Osborne will take you behind the scenes of the greatest musical of all time including a special interview with Singin’ in the Rain star Debbie Reynolds. Debbie will share her thoughts on what it was like working with Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor. This 60th anniversary celebration event will be in select movie theaters nationwide on Thursday July 12 at 7:00 PM (local time). Visit FathomEvents.com for tickets and participating theaters today! *Select movie theater locations will be showing the event at 2:00 PM (local time) as well. Check local listings for details.
A 1920's screen star persuades his love-interest to lip-synch for his screeching leading lady in an early "talky". Classic musical-comedy!
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Before there was "Bugsy" there was "Legs" Diamond, the flamboyant New York depression-era gangster who was a legendary booze trafficker and notorious romeo. Ray Danton ("I'll Cry Tomorrow") makes his film debut in this "snappy chronicle...well-balanced between action gun battles and Danton's romancing," says Leonard Maltin, who rates this fast-paced bio-drama *** (three stars).
Jack Diamond had the moves. Some were on the dance floor, where he earned the nickname Legs. Others were in the streets of New York, where he built a criminal empire in the Roaring '20s - and was the target of many gangland shootouts.
Jack Diamond had the moves. Some were on the dance floor, where he earned the nickname Legs. Others were in the streets of New York, where he built a criminal empire in the Roaring '20s - and was the target of so many gangland shootouts he was also dubbed the Clay Pigeon.
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