Singin In The Rain Quotes by Vanessa Paradis, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Jeanine Basinger, Jean Hagen, Janina Gavankar and many others.
‘Singin’ in the Rain’ was the one for me. Yeah. I mean, Gene Kelly could just sway and never fall. He’d just sway and sway as he danced.
For ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ I bought most of the costumes – the ‘Fit as a Fiddle’ costumes and the ‘Make Them Laugh’ Donald O’Connor outfits and the ‘Good Morning, Good Morning’ clothes we danced in.
I was born on October 21, 1956 in Burbank, California. My father, Eddie Fisher, was a famous singer. My mother, Debbie Reynolds, was a movie star. Her best-known role was in ‘Singin’ In The Rain.’
Loving and appreciative, researched to a fare-thee-well, and pitched to both fans and first-time viewers of Singin’ in the Rain, this delightful book delivers almost as much fun as the film itself.
Why, I make more money than-than-than Calvin Coolidge, put together!
You want to do things that you watched when you grew up. I grew up on The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins and Singin’ in the Rain. I watched those, over and over again, so of course, I want to do musicals.
Singin’ in the Rain (1952) and childbirth were the two hardest things I ever had to do in my life.
Mentally, I write myself a little story. Of course, sometimes you have a song that says, “Do that.” My best example is Singin’ in the Rain. Arthur Freed had insisted that the song should be in the picture, but he was very anxious about it.
Donald O’Connor was in the film [ ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ ] as well, and he was only 27 years old. So we were closer in age, and had more fun together on the set. Gene was more my teacher and mentor.
Singin’ in the Rain was most excellent if you like movies where people burst into song and tap-dance. Which I do, though not as much as I like movies where people don’t.