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Adapted from a musical play by George M. Cohan. The original stage production opened at the Liberty Theatre in New York on November 13, 1922 and ran for 248 performances. Most of the story was rewritten for the film, and only two of the songs from the play were used, "Nellie is a Darling" and "Nellie Kelly I Love You".
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This movie has Judy Garland performing "Singin' in the Rain" more than 10 years before Gene Kelly most famously sang it in Singin' in the Rain (1952). The song was first heard on screen in The Hollywood Revue of 1929 (1929).
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This movie contains the only dying scene Judy Garland ever did onscreen.
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Frederick Worlock is credited in studio records for the role of "Lord Cavelstoke." Although the character is mentioned in the movie, he never is seen onscreen.
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John Raitt's film debut.
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