For Me And My Gal (1942)
Movie InfoIn this musical, Judy Garland plays a member of a vaudeville troupe. She leaves the act to join up with Gene Kelly, who promises to propel her to the big time. Two years later, Garland and Kelly are still struggling in the small time, while Garland's old troupe is headlining.
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Critic Reviews for For Me And My Gal
Busby Berkeley's enjoyable musical marks the feature screen debut of Gene Kelly, who enjoys great rapport with Judy Garland.
Transcending the vortex of bulldozing patriotism are Kelly and Garland, harmonizing musically and emotionally
A nostalgic homage to vaudeville during the pre-WWI period that is no better than a routine musical.
Gene and Judy are inspired casting in this early MGM musical.
Interesting musical drama with atypical performance from Kelly.
Audience Reviews for For Me And My Gal
this movie would've been so much more amazing with color. gene kelly gives a respectable - but not stunning - debut as a pretty unlikeable character brimming with infectious charm. judy garland is...okay. sometimes she doesn't give eye contact and it's kind of unsettling to see her close-up sometimes. but all in all, it's fun and i love that "me and my gal" song!More
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