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TWTD Archive – April 13, 1996

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Originally broadcast on WNIB
Saturday, April 13, 1996

Gene Kelly, one of America’s best-loved performers, died February 2, 1996 at age 83.

SCREEN GUILD PLAYERS (3-22-43) “For Me and My Gal” starring Judy Garland and Gene Kelly as a vaudeville couple determined to play the fabled Palace Theatre on Broadway.

STUDIO ONE (12-8-47) “To Mary With Love” starring Gene Kelly with Mercedes McCambridge and Everett Sloane in “the story of ten years and three people – a warm and realistic study of a marriage and a delirious decade – as seen from the point of view of the other man.”

SONGS BY SINATRA (10-17-45) In New York City, Frankie is joined by Gene Kelly for some fun singing and dancing in some scenes from their movie, “Anchors Aweigh.”

RAILROAD HOUR (1-10-49) “The Red Mill” starring Gordon MacRae, Gene Kelly and Lucille Norman with Alan Reed in Victor Herbert’s musical comedy about two Americans traveling to Europe for romance.

SUSPENSE (9-28-44) “The Man Who Couldn’t Lose” starring Gene Kelly in “a tale of dawn ‘til midnight in a man’s life… a tale of murder and money… and luck!