Play media Trailer In an early draft of the script, the musical number "Singin' in the Rain" was to be sung by Reynolds, O'Connor, and Kelly, emerging from a restaurant after the flop preview of The Dueling Cavalier, to celebrate the idea of changing the film into a musical. The number was originally conceived as Kelly singing a medley of other songs to her as they romped around various studio back lot sets. Simpson's house when Kelly chases after Reynolds. The song, ending in Kelly's bedroom, was cut from the release version after two previews , and the footage has been lost. Although there is no precise documentation of what or where it was, close examination of footage toward the end of the dance shows an abrupt cut when Charisse is wrapped around Kelly, indicating the probable location. A common myth is that Kelly managed to perform the entire song in one take, thanks to cameras placed at predetermined locations.
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And now welcome Denis Leary. There's a guy- I don't know if you've heard about this guy, he's been on the news a lot lately. There's a guy- he's English, I don't think we should hold that against him, but apparently this is just his life's dream because he is going from country to country.
These couples in particular certainly employed some creative tactics! They shared just about everything with one another—with one exception. She gave her husband two simple rules about this shoebox: Was it a diary? A grade-school diorama project?