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Leonard Gershe (narration written by)
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Release Date:
17 May 1976 (USA) See more »
Plot:
Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire present more golden moments from the MGM film library, this time including... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Nominated for Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 1 nomination See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Fred Astaire ... Himself - Co-Host / Narrator (also archive footage)

Gene Kelly ... Himself - Co-Host / Narrator (also archive footage)

Judy Garland ... Clips from 'For Me and My Gal', 'Easter Parade', & 'Girl Crazy' etc (archive footage)

Mickey Rooney ... Clips from 'Girl Crazy' & 'Words and Music' etc. (archive footage)

Bing Crosby ... Clip from 'Going Hollywood' (archive footage)

Robert Taylor ... Clip from 'Broadway Melody of 1936' (archive footage)

Greer Garson ... Clip from 'Goodbye Mr. Chips' (archive footage)

Clark Gable ... Clips from 'Gone with the Wind' & 'Strange Cargo' etc. (archive footage)

Kathryn Grayson ... Clip from 'Lovely to Look At' (archive footage)

Leslie Caron ... Clips from 'Lili' & 'An American in Paris' (archive footage)

Jeanette MacDonald ... Clips from 'New Moon' & 'Broadway Serenade' (archive footage)

Nelson Eddy ... Clip from 'New Moon' (archive footage)

Doris Day ... Clip from 'Love Me or Leave Me' (archive footage)

Ann Miller ... Clip from 'Kiss Me Kate' (archive footage)

Ann Sothern ... Clip from 'Lady Be Good' (archive footage)

Frank Sinatra ... Clips from 'Anchors Aweigh' & 'Till the Clouds Roll By' etc. (archive footage)

Jimmy Durante ... Clips from 'Hollywood Party', 'Two Girls and a Sailor' & 'Jumbo' (archive footage)

Eleanor Powell ... Clips from 'Born to Dance' & 'Lady Be Good' (archive footage)

John Barrymore ... Clip from 'Grand Hotel' (archive footage)

Louis Armstrong ... Clip from 'High Society' (archive footage)

Joan Crawford ... Clips from 'Dancing Lady' & ' Strange Cargo' (archive footage)

Ronald Colman ... Clip from 'A Tale of Two Cities' (archive footage)

Elizabeth Taylor ... Clip from 'Ivanhoe' (archive footage)

William Powell ... Clip from 'The Thin Man' (archive footage)

Jean Harlow ... Clips from 'Dinner at Eight' & 'Reckless' etc. (archive footage)

Melvyn Douglas ... Clip from 'Ninotchka' (archive footage)

Greta Garbo ... Clips from 'Two-Faced Woman', 'Grand Hotel' & 'Ninotchka' etc. (archive footage)

Esther Williams ... Clip from 'Easy to Love' (archive footage)

Johnny Weissmuller ... Clip from 'Tarzan the Ape Man' (archive footage)

Ethel Waters ... Clip from 'Cabin in the Sky' (archive footage)

W.C. Fields ... Clip from 'David Copperfield' (archive footage)

Bud Abbott ... Clips from 'Rio Rita' (archive footage) (as Abbott)

Lou Costello ... Clips from 'Rio Rita' (archive footage) (as Costello)

Jack Benny ... Clip from 'Song Writers' Revue (archive footage)
Robert Benchley ... Film Clip (archive footage)

Stan Laurel ... Various Film Clips (archive footage) (as Laurel)

Oliver Hardy ... Various Film Clips (archive footage) (as Hardy)

The Marx Brothers ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage)

Nanette Fabray ... Clip from 'The Band Wagon' (archive footage)

Lena Horne ... Clip from 'Words and Music' (archive footage)

Debbie Reynolds ... Clip from 'Singin' in the Rain' (archive footage)

Ginger Rogers ... Clip from 'Barkleys of Broadway' (archive footage)
Bobby Van ... Clips from 'Kiss Me Kate' & 'Small Town Girl' (archive footage)

Marge Champion ... Clip from 'Lovely to Look At' (archive footage)
Gower Champion ... Clip from 'Lovely to Look At' (archive footage)

Grace Kelly ... Clip from 'High Society' (archive footage)

Donald O'Connor ... Clip from 'Singin' in the Rain' (archive footage)

Cyd Charisse ... Clip from 'Silk Stockings' (archive footage)

Dinah Shore ... Clip from 'Till the Clouds Roll By' (archive footage)

Betty Hutton ... Clip from 'Annie Get Your Gun' (archive footage)

Howard Keel ... Clip from 'Annie Get Your Gun' (archive footage)
Pal ... Clip from 'Lassie Come Home' (archive footage) (as Lassie)

Spencer Tracy ... Various Clips (archive footage)

Katharine Hepburn ... Various Clips (archive footage)

Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson ... Clip from 'Cabin in the Sky' (archive footage)

Lew Ayres ... Clip from 'Broadway Serenade' (archive footage)

Lionel Barrymore ... Clip from 'A Free Soul' (archive footage)

Constance Bennett ... Clip from 'Two Faced Woman' (archive footage)
Jack Buchanan ... Clip from 'The Band Wagon' (archive footage)

Sammy Cahn ... Himself - Host of Song Writers Segment (also archive footage)

Louis Calhern ... Clip from 'Annie Get Your Gun' (archive footage)

Maurice Chevalier ... Clip from 'The Merry Widow' (1934) (archive footage)

Dan Dailey ... Clips from 'Ziegfeld Girl' & 'It's Always Fair Weather' (archive footage)
Tom Drake ... Clip from 'Words and Music' (archive footage)

Marie Dressler ... Clip from 'Dinner at Eight' (archive footage)
Margaret Dumont ... Clips from 'A Night at the Opera' & 'A Day at the Races' (archive footage)

Bob Fosse ... Clip from 'Kiss Me Kate' (archive footage)

Hermione Gingold ... Clip from 'Gigi' (archive footage)

Cary Grant ... Clip from 'Philadelphia Story' (archive footage)
Fernand Gravey ... Clip from 'The Great Waltz' (archive footage) (as Fernand Gravet)
Georges Guétary ... Clip from 'An American in Paris' (archive footage) (as Georges Guetary)

Judy Holliday ... Clip from 'Adam's Rib' (archive footage)
June Knight ... Clip from 'Broadway Melody of 1936' (archive footage)
Miliza Korjus ... Clip from 'The Great Waltz' (archive footage)

Vivien Leigh ... Clip from 'Gone with the Wind' (archive footage) (as Vivian Leigh)

Oscar Levant ... Clip from 'The Band Wagon' (archive footage)

Myrna Loy ... Clip from 'The Thin Man' (archive footage)

Roddy McDowall ... Clip from 'Lassie Come Home' (archive footage)

Robert Montgomery ... Clip from 'Private Lives' (archive footage)

Maureen O'Sullivan ... Clip from 'Tarzan the Ape Man' (archive footage)

Walter Pidgeon ... Clip from 'Nick Carter, Master Detective' (archive footage)

Tommy Rall ... Clip from 'Kiss Me Kate' (archive footage)
Al Shean ... Clip from 'Broadway Serenade' (archive footage)

Red Skelton ... Clip from 'Three Little Words' (archive footage)

James Stewart ... Clip from 'Ziegfeld Girl' (archive footage)
Lewis Stone ... Clip from 'Grand Hotel' (archive footage)

Franchot Tone ... Clip from 'Reckless' (archive footage)

Lana Turner ... Clips from 'Ziegfeld Girl' & 'The Merry Widow' (1952) (archive footage)
Gwen Verdon ... Clip from 'The Merry Widow' (1952) (archive footage)

David Wayne ... Clip from 'Adam's Rib' (archive footage)

Keenan Wynn ... Clip from 'Annie Get Your Gun' (archive footage)

Robert Young ... Clip from 'Lady Be Good' (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Mary Astor ... Clip from 'Listen Darling' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Freddie Bartholomew ... Clip from 'David Copperfield' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Nacio Herb Brown ... Clip from 'The Songwriters Revue' (archive footage) (uncredited)

James Cagney ... Clip from 'Love Me or Leave Me' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Gino Corrado ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Fifi D'Orsay ... Clip from 'Going Hollywood' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Robert Donat ... Clip from 'Goodbye Mr. Chips' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Tommy Dorsey ... Clip from 'Girl Crazy' (archive footage) (uncredited)
James A. FitzPatrick ... Movie Clip (archive footage) (voice) (uncredited)
Arthur Freed ... Clip from 'Song Writers' Revue' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Charley Grapewin ... Clip from 'Listen Darling' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Carol Haney ... Clip from 'Kiss Me Kate' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Sterling Holloway ... Clip from 'The Merry Widow' (1934) (archive footage) (uncredited)

Harry James ... Clip from 'Hollywood Party' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Allan Jones ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Buster Keaton ... Movie Clip (archive footage) (uncredited)

Hedy Lamarr ... Clip from 'White Cargo' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Chico Marx ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Groucho Marx ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Harpo Marx ... Clip from 'A Night at the Opera' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Esther Muir ... Clip from 'A Day at the Races' (archive footage) (uncredited)
Dave O'Brien ... Actor in 'Pete Smith Specialty' short (archive footage) (uncredited)
Christian Rub ... Clip from 'The Great Waltz' (archive footage) (uncredited)

Marshall Thompson ... Clip from 'Words and Music' (archive footage) (uncredited)
USC Trojan Marching Band ... Themselves (uncredited)

Ed Wynn ... Clip from 'The Chief' (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Gene Kelly (new sequences)
 
Writing credits
Leonard Gershe (narration written by)

Produced by
Saul Chaplin .... producer
Daniel Melnick .... producer
 
Film Editing by
David E. Blewitt (film editor) (as David Blewitt)
David Bretherton (contributing film editor)
Bud Friedgen (film editor)
Peter C. Johnson (contributing film editor)
 
Makeup Department
John Inzerella .... makeup: new sequences
Charles H. Schram .... makeup: new sequences (as Charles Schram)
 
Production Management
Maurice Vaccarino .... production manager: new sequences
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
William R. Poole .... assistant director: new sequences
 
Art Department
Anthony Bavero .... property master: new sequences
John DeCuir .... production design: new sequences (as John De Cuir)
 
Sound Department
Bill Edmondson .... sound: new sequences
Aaron Rochin .... sound re-recording mixer
Hal Watkins .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
James F. Liles .... optical supervisor (as Jim Liles)
 
Animation Department
Joseph Barbera .... executive producer: animation (uncredited)
William Hanna .... executive producer: animation (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Filipo .... wardrobe: Mr. Astaire and Mr. Kelly, new sequences
 
Editorial Department
Ramon G. Caballero .... assistant film editor
Dennis Galling .... assistant film editor (as Dennis Lee Galling)
Ana Luisa Pérez .... assistant film editor (as Ana Luisa Perez)
Michael J. Sheridan .... assistant film editor
 
Music Department
Saul Chaplin .... special lyrics: new sequences
Howard Dietz .... special lyrics: new sequences
Harry V. Lojewski .... music supervisor
Nelson Riddle .... conductor: new sequences
Nelson Riddle .... music arranger: new sequences
William Saracino .... music editor
Nelson Riddle .... composer: new sequences (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Dorothy Aldrin .... script supervisor: new sequences
Saul Bass .... main credit titles: new sequences
Saul Chaplin .... album producer (uncredited)
Leo McCarey .... supervisor (segment "The Finishing Touch") (uncredited)
Daniel Melnick .... album producer (uncredited)
H.M. Walker .... title designer (segment "The Finishing Touch") (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Jeff Alexander .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Robert Alton .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Robert Arthur .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
S.N. Behrman .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Busby Berkeley .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Irving Berlin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Pandro S. Berman .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Ralph Blane .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Frank Borzage .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Charles Brackett .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Lou Breslow .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Nicholas Brodszky .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Nacio Herb Brown .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Harold S. Bucquet .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Hugo Butler .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sammy Cahn .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Saul Chaplin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Jack Cole .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Betty Comden .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Bobby Connolly .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
John W. Considine Jr. .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Jack Conway .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Cukor .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Jack Cummings .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Gene de Paul .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as Gene De Paul)
Buddy G. DeSylva .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as B.G. De Sylva)
Adolph Deutsch .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Helen Deutsch .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Jacques Deval .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Howard Dietz .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Stanley Donen .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Jack Donohue .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Carmen Dragon .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Vernon Duke .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Jimmy Durante .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Julien Duvivier .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Roger Edens .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Gus Edwards .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Howard Estabrook .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Percy Faith .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Ted Fetter .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
James A. FitzPatrick .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Victor Fleming .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sidney Franklin .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Arthur Freed .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Jules Furthman .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Tay Garnett .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Gershwin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Ira Gershwin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
E. Ray Goetz .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Frances Goodrich .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Leon Gordon .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Ruth Gordon .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Martin A. Gosch .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Dave Gould .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Edmund Goulding .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Adolph Green .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Johnny Green .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Albert Hackett .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Oscar Hammerstein II .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Otto A. Harbach .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as Otto Harbach)
Lorenz Hart .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Lennie Hayton .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Samuel Hoffenstein .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Robert E. Hopkins .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by (as Robert Hopkins)
Sidney Howard .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Bernard H. Hyman .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Bert Kalmar .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Garson Kanin .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Bronislau Kaper .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
George S. Kaufman .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Jerome Kern .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Michael Kidd .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Arthur Kober .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
John La Touche .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as John Latouche)
Charles Lederer .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sammy Lee .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Franz Lehár .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Robert Z. Leonard .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Alan Jay Lerner .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Mervyn LeRoy .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as Mervyn Leroy)
Edgar Leslie .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
W.P. Lipscomb .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Frederick Loewe .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Anita Loos .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Ernst Lubitsch .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
John Lee Mahin .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Rouben Mamoulian .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Herman J. Mankiewicz .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Joseph L. Mankiewicz .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Hugh Martin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Samuel Marx .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
James Kevin McGuinness .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by (as James K. McGuinness)
John Meehan .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Johnny Mercer .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
George W. Meyer .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Vincente Minnelli .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Alfred Newman .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Ivor Novello .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Oppenheimer .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Hermes Pan .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Joe Pasternak .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Nat Perrin .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Robert Pirosh .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Cole Porter .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
André Previn .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as Andre Previn)
Gottfried Reinhardt .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Walter Reisch .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Allen Rivkin .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Leo Robin .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Richard Rodgers .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Sigmund Romberg .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Harry Ruby .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Morrie Ryskind .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Conrad Salinger .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Victor Saville .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Dore Schary .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Arthur Schwartz .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
George Seaton .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
David O. Selznick .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sidney Sheldon .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Sidney .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Sol C. Siegel .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
S. Sylvan Simon .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Donald Ogden Stewart .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Stoll .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Axel Stordahl .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Herbert Stothart .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Johann Strauß .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as Johann Strauss)
Hunt Stromberg .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Jule Styne .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Norman Taurog .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Kay Thompson .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Richard Thorpe .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
W.S. Van Dyke .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Jimmy Van Heusen .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by (as James Van Heusen)
Salka Viertel .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Charles Walters .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Harry Warren .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Lawrence Weingarten .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
George Wells .... acknowledgement: the special style and content of the musical sequences were created by
Fred M. Wilcox .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Billy Wilder .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
P.J. Wolfson .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sam Wood .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
Sam Zimbalist .... acknowledgment: the non-musical sequences represent outstanding contributions by
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Also Known As:
"That's Entertainment, Part 2" - USA (poster title)
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Runtime:
Argentina:126 min | Sweden:122 min | USA:133 min
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Trivia:
When introducing a clip of Cyd Charisse early in the film Fred Astaire says "Cyd Charisse. Lovely Cyd Charisse. How she danced." A little later Gene Kelly says exactly the same line when introducing another clip of her.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: During the "Invitation To The Dance" animated sequence, the costumes of the cartoon guards change from green to blue in less than a second.See more »
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
That's Even More Entertainment!, 25 April 2011
Author: Humphrey Fish from United States

The series of documentary films continues with That's Entertainment, Part II. And just like the first one, this is 100% pure entertainment! That's right, this second installment in the That's Entertainment series of documentary films is very fabulous and educational! This ranks right up their with the first one, one of the greatest documentary movies ever to be made! Just like the first one, we get a very good look at the entertainment industry back in the good old days of movies and musicals, and so therefore, that really makes this a great documentary to watch and enjoy! This is not only very fabulous, it is also very educational, because like I just said, this gives us a very good look at the entertainment industry back in the good old days of movies and musicals! I have seen a lot of the movies mentioned in this documentary, and so therefore, I really enjoyed this even more than I had expected! On a scale from one to ten, I will award this movie another perfect rating of ten stars out of ten for being a documentary that I will probably never forget about!

Another thing, I have seen all three of the documentaries in this series, and I can say that all three of them are something remarkable to see! Considering my big obsession with movies, I am very fascinated by these documentaries! And like a lot of other movies that I have seen, this is a movie that I could just watch again and again and not get bored of seeing it! Yes, it really is that good! Going on, I am really glad that I saw this, because like the previous documentary, this has really helped extend my movie education, and I really admire a documentary that can do something like that!

To all film buffs who have not seen this, you should take the time to watch this if you haven't watched it already, because if you loved the first one, then you are probably going to love the second one as well! So in short, this requires viewing as part of your film education, and not only that, but you should see it considering how great it is! This is marvelous, simply marvelous, I am totally and completely glad that I saw this, because it really is something fabulous to see! So watch this whenever you can, because you really are going to find it fascinating!

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