Episode 84 of Forgotten Hollywood explores Gene Kelly, Chicago, and film.
You Write Just Like a Man: Gene Kelly, Virginia Van Upp, and the "Compliment" Heard 'Round the World
Gene Kelly once praised the screenwriter of Cover Girl. Or did he?
Two decades after his death, Gene Kelly continues to teach and inspire. — BY GEORGIA BLOO NICOLAOU
I'm following the steps of Gene Kelly, transcending the gender being represented. — BY PLUTO ROSNER
Gene Kelly remains relevant because he consistently fought against the industry's expectations of him. — BY WENDY SULPHUR
In the forms of play and gaming, community, unpretentiousness, and innovation burst from the walls of Gene Kelly's Beverly Hills home. — BY KELLI MARSHALL
The creators of The Golden Raspberry Awards owe a great deal to Olivia Newton-John and Gene Kelly.
While easy to program, DVRs are not as memorable as TV guides and yellow highlighters — BY HARINDER NOTAY
This number and its backdrop play with our expectations about the world of moviemaking. — BY LISA DUFFY
The dream ballet's red backdrop reinforces a young hoofer's evolution in show business. — BY EILAT RIMON
From her office on Hollywood Boulevard, reporter Ann Lewis covers On the Town. — By KELLI MARSHALL
Despite his progressive nature, Kelly maintained a rather conventional view of domestic life and marriage.
In the 1960s, Gene Kelly lent his voice to Sid and Marty Krofft's nude marionnette show.
Thanks to old newspapers, the woman standing next to Kelly on Schroon Lake is solved.
Does promotion for the Broadway adaptation of An American in Paris discount Kelly's contributions to its existence?
Pieces related to Gene Kelly totaled more than $146,000.