Gene Kelly

Highest Rated:
100% That's Entertainment! III (1994)
Lowest Rated:
0% What a Way to Go! (1964)
Birthday:
Aug 23
Birthplace:
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Bio:
Along with Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly was the most successful song-and-dance man in film history, a towering figure in the development and enduring success of the movie musical. Born August 23, 1912, in Pittsburgh, PA, he initially studied economics, funding his education by working alternately as a…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Tcm Presents Singin' In The Rain 60th Anniversary Event Encore
  • Actor
-- 2012
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
  • Actor
-- 2011
Hollywood Singing and Dancing: The 1950s
  • Actor
-- 2009
Essential Classic Musicals
  • Director
-- 2007
The Great American Songbook
  • Actor
-- 2003
Gene Kelly - Anatomy of a Dancer
  • Actor
-- 2002
A Bing Crosby Christmas
  • Actor
-- 2000
Words and Music
  • Himself
-- 1998
Bing Crosby Christmas
  • Actor
-- 1998
100% That's Entertainment! III
  • Host
-- 1994
Christmas at the Movies - Hosted by Gene Kelly
  • Host
-- 1991
You're the Top: The Cole Porter Story
  • Actor
-- 1990
Michael Jackson - The Legend Continues
  • Actor
-- 1989
American Treasure: A Smithsonian Journey
  • Actor
-- 1987
Sins
  • Actor
-- 1985
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Gene Kelly
  • Actor
-- 1985
That's Dancing!
  • Host
-- 1985
The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell
  • Actor
-- 1982
A.F.I. Life Achievement Awards - Fred Astaire
  • Actor
-- 1981
39% Xanadu
  • Danny McGuire
-- 1980
Viva Knievel
  • Will Atkins
-- 1977
That's Entertainment 2
  • Host
  • Director
-- 1976
100% That's Entertainment
  • Narrator
  • Director
-- 1974
40 Carats
  • Billy Boylan
-- 1973
Frank Sinatra: Ol' Blue Eyes is Back
  • Actor
-- 1973
The Cheyenne Social Club
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1970
47% Hello, Dolly!
  • Director
-- 1969
97% The Young Girls of Rochefort (Les Demoiselles de Rochefort)
  • Andy Miller--sung by Donald Burke
-- 1968
67% A Guide for the Married Man
  • Director
-- 1967
Jack and the Beanstalk
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1967
0% What a Way to Go!
  • Jerry Benson
-- 1964
Gigot
  • Director
-- 1962
91% Inherit the Wind
  • E.K. Hornbeck
-- 1960
67% Let's Make Love
  • Himself
-- 1960
The Tunnel of Love
  • Director
-- 1958
Marjorie Morningstar
  • Noel Airman
-- 1958
The Happy Road
  • Mike Andrews
  • Producer
  • Director
-- 1957
100% Les Girls
  • Barry Nichols
-- 1957
Invitation to the Dance
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
  • Actor
-- 1956
100% It's Always Fair Weather
  • Director
  • Ted Riley
-- 1955
Deep in My Heart
  • Actor
-- 1954
83% Brigadoon
  • Tommy Albright
-- 1954
Love Is Better Than Ever (The Light Fantastic)
  • Guest Star
-- 1952
100% Singin' in the Rain
  • Don Lockwood
  • Director
-- 1952
The Devil Makes Three
  • Captain Jeff Eliot
-- 1952
96% An American in Paris
  • Jerry Mulligan
-- 1951
It's a Big Country
  • Icarus Xenophon
-- 1951
Black Hand
  • Johnny Columbo
-- 1950
Summer Stock
  • Joe D. Ross
-- 1950
96% On the Town
  • Director
  • Gabey
-- 1949
93% Take Me Out to the Ball Game
  • Eddie O'Brien
-- 1949
71% The Three Musketeers
  • D'Artagnan
-- 1948
71% The Pirate
  • Serafin
-- 1948
Living in a Big Way
  • Leo Gogarty
-- 1947
75% Ziegfeld Follies
  • Gene Kelly
-- 1946
62% Anchors Aweigh
  • Joseph Brady
-- 1945
94% Cover Girl
  • Danny McGuire
-- 1944
100% Christmas Holiday
  • Robert Monette
  • Director
-- 1944
Thousands Cheer
  • Eddie Marsh
-- 1943
Du Barry Was a Lady
  • Alec Howe/Black Arrow
-- 1943
The Cross of Lorraine
  • Victor La Biche
-- 1943
DuBarry Was a Lady
  • Actor
-- 1943
Pilot #5
  • Vito S. Alesandro
-- 1943
100% For Me And My Gal
  • Harry Palmer
-- 1942
USS Franklin: The Ship That Wouldn't Die
  • Actor
--

Gene Kelly Trivia

While filming the famous rain scene in "Singin' in the Rain", he had a fever of 103 degrees.
- submitted by Lindsay Elizabeth M (3 years ago)
One of his personal quotes: "If Fred Astaire is the Cary Grant of dance, I'm the Marlon Brando."
- submitted by Lindsay Elizabeth M (3 years ago)

Quotes from Gene Kelly's Characters

    1. D'Artagnan: Well, Athos, in a matter of hours we'll be on the road to Spain with a price on our heads. Will we live to see France again?
    2. Robert Athos: Will we live to see Spain?
    From The Three Musketeers. Submitted by Francis L (2 years ago)
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