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But just as Gene Kelly did in his dance numbers with Cyd Charisse and Leslie Caron, he swept Patricia off her feet. Gene's whole notion was that the dance needed to perpetuate the story.
She was then asked to write his memoirs and then asked to be his wife in 1990 (Kelly was 77 at the time). Kelly, who will be doing shows on her husband at Lincoln Center's Walter Reade Theatre July 20 and 21, recently spoke to Newsday about the 60th-anniversary rerelease of her husband's iconic 1952 musical, "Singin' in the Rain" (in theaters on Thursday and on Blu-ray July 17), and his influence on dance. And he really began to get a sense of that when he did Bill Saroyan's "The Time of Your Life" on Broadway.
So what she does in "Broadway Melody" was extraordinary. Gene said choreographing a number like that was much easier than choreographing a number like "You.
And Gene said it was very difficult to get her off pointe to dance jazz, but once she accomplished that it was sublime. Wonderful You" in "Summer Stock," where he takes Judy Garland, who is to appear like a nondancer, to make that convincing.
He was playing a nondancer and was surprised at how what he did had to propel the story.
So that was a really conscious thing on his part to make sure that the numbers were woven into the structure and advanced the plot.
Another of the myths was that Gene didn't want her in the picture and he absolutely wanted her.
The 37-year-old actor showed he's still got moves while subbing Wednesday for Jimmy Kimmel, 49, on his ABC talk show filmed in Los Angeles.It's much more difficult to choreograph that quiet number than the slam-bang number.That is much harder because you have to make it convincing that Judy didn't know how to dance and that she's standing up and doing that. You see a lot of gymnastics and things that have influenced hip-hop and break-dancing. You see such a broad range of style of dance and it is so contemporary.