Explore Gene Kelly, Golden Age and more!

Explore related topics

On the set of An American in Paris - 42-19894455 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

On the set of An American in Paris - 42-19894455 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron at the flower market, together for the first time in An American in Paris number. 1951

Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron at the flower market, together for the first time in An American in Paris number. 1951

A funny trio at the cafe in An American in Paris 1951: George Guetary playing Henry Baurel, Oscar Levant playing Adam Cook, and Gene Kelly playing Jerry Mulligan. Henry and Jerry just start to sing "'S Wonderful" while Adam's face responds with the irony of the particular situation.

A funny trio at the cafe in An American in Paris 1951: George Guetary playing Henry Baurel, Oscar Levant playing Adam Cook, and Gene Kelly playing Jerry Mulligan. Henry and Jerry just start to sing "'S Wonderful" while Adam's face responds with the irony of the particular situation.

An American in Paris 1951 Gene Kelly as Jerry Mulligan, Oscar Levant as Adam Cook (playing the piano), and Georges Guetary as Henri Baurel in the first long musical-dance sequence at the cafe filled with goofiness, something that was totally different in a musical just then.

An American in Paris 1951 Gene Kelly as Jerry Mulligan, Oscar Levant as Adam Cook (playing the piano), and Georges Guetary as Henri Baurel in the first long musical-dance sequence at the cafe filled with goofiness, something that was totally different in a musical just then.

My favorite scene, save for the fantasy at the end, in this film: Gene Kelly tap-dancing and singing for the French kids in An American in Paris 1951. One of the reasons I consider this film just as good as Singin' in the Rain

My favorite scene, save for the fantasy at the end, in this film: Gene Kelly tap-dancing and singing for the French kids in An American in Paris 1951. One of the reasons I consider this film just as good as Singin' in the Rain

Soldier! Napoleon! Cowboy! Charlie Chaplin! Gene Kelly's creative tap-dance number in An American in Paris 1951

Soldier! Napoleon! Cowboy! Charlie Chaplin! Gene Kelly's creative tap-dance number in An American in Paris 1951

An American in Paris 1951 Gene Kelly final scene

An American in Paris 1951 Gene Kelly final scene

Pinterest
Search