w/ Donald O’Connor – Medley (1959) . You Wonderful You . Tap Dancing On Roller Skates . w/ Dean Martin – On The Dean Martin World . w/ Shirley MacLaine – Happy Houseboat . Singing In The Rain . w/ Fred Astaire – For Western Airlines (1985) .
Singin’ In The Rain . Good Morning . You Were Meant For Me . Love Is Here To Stay . All I Do Is Dream of You . Moses . I Got Rhythm . Fit As A Fiddle . You Are My Lucky Star . Almost Like Being in Love .
Wikipedia : This day (February 2, 1996), in Beverly Hills, California, died Eugene Curran ‘Gene’ Kelly , an American dancer, actor, singer, film director and choreographer.
The Gene Scene : The final words of Gene Kelly on film are from 1994’s That’s Entertainment III. Quoting Irving Berlin, Gene remarks, “The song has ended, but the melody lingers on.”
Gene Kelly Fans : As to the question of Gene Kelly and whether or not he was religious, the short answer is no, but the longer answer is much more complicated.
@last.fm : Better known as a dancer and movie star than a singer, Gene Kelly nevertheless turned in memorable vocal performances in the context of his movies, the MGM musicals of the 1940s and 1950s.
@Discogs : Probably best known for his performance in Various – Singin’ In The Rain – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, he was a dominant force in Hollywood musical films from the mid 1940s until their demise in the late 1950s.