Singin' in the Rain 70th Anniversary presented by TCM

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Fathom Events, Turner Classic Movies and Warner Bros. are bringing Singin’ in the Rain to select cinemas on April 10 and 13, including exclusive insights from TCM. Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds and Donald O'Connor star in one of the greatest musicals ever filmed. Musician Don Lockwood (Kelly) rises to stardom during Hollywood's silent-movie era--paired with the beautiful, jealous and dumb Lina Lamont (Jean Hagen). When Lockwood becomes attracted to young studio singer Kathy Selden (Reynolds), Lamont has her fired. But with the introduction of talking pictures, audiences laugh when they hear Lamont speak for the first time--and the studio uses Selden to dub her voice. Set during the advent of "talkies," this film's classic song-and-dance numbers celebrate the beginning of movie musicals.


  • Gene Kelly
  • Debbie Reynolds
  • Donald O'Connor
  • Jean Hagen
  • Millard Mitchell
  • Rita Moreno
  • Douglas Fowley
  • Cyd Charisse
  • Madge Blake
  • King Donovan

Atom User Reviews

4.9 out of 5
Verified Review

So great to finally see this on the big screen! Thank you TCM and Fathom Events!

Scott S
Verified Review

It's a great movie, simply wonderful. Terrible Theatre experience. Very crowded and the theatre had the no audio for the 1/4 of the film. They did not offer to refund us or start the movie over when the sound came back on.

Renee M



The nonsense is generally good and at times it reaches the level of first-class satiric burlesque. Adolph Green and Betty Comden may have tossed off the script with their left hands, but occasionally they come through with powerful and hilarious round-house rights.

Metacritic review by Bosley Crowther
Bosley Crowther
The New York Times

Watching Singin' in the Rain is an exuberant, magical experience – a journey deep into the heart of feel-good territory. Sitting through the film's 102 minutes is like ingesting a mood-altering drug. It's the perfect antidote to the blues and the blahs, and a way to bolster, enhance, and extend a natural high.

Metacritic review by James Berardinelli
James Berardinelli