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The Passing Show
'American in Paris' Sets
High in Screen Musicals
By Jay Carmody
It seems no exaggeration to say that "An American in Paris"
is the most delightful movie musical ever made.
Those could be reckless words, but there is about the new
film at the Palace that rapturous quality that made “Oklahoma!"
and “South Pacific” such enchanting landmarks in the theater.
Like these, “An* American in Paris” is the perfect blending
of the elusive elements that make*
lor sheer delight. It vibrates with
melody and movement and color,
these three ornamenting a con
tagiously gay story which is acted
by gifted humans who are extra
ordinarily happy in their work.
There is nothing to do but join
them in the joy of it.
The particular talents most de
serving of an ovation for “An
American in Paris” are those of
the late George Gershwin who
wrote the music, and Gene Kelly,
who acts, sings, dances and nar
rates the picture. Notable sup
port is provided by a dozen others,
including Mile. Leslie Caron, a
brilliant young Parisienne. It is
Gershwin and Kelly, however, who
put the irresistible lilt and cascad
ing color into Metro's magic mu
sical.
* * *
The champagne-like sparkle of
Paris and the dazzling excitement
of life there provide the atmos
phere of “An American in Paris.”
Naturally these represent an ec
static break with the trappings of
scores of imbecile musicals—and
some that were not—in the past.
As a hero worthy of Gershwin’s
glittering score, Kelly is the per
fect cmopanion for a larkish stay
in Paris. He is a young painter,;
abounding in energy and enthu
siasm. He is a young man of
integrity, but when a beautiful,
wealthy young American heiress
wants to become his patroness,
well, what's an exuberant artist
to do? Kelly does.
The fly in this beguiling oint
ment, however, turns up in the
shape of a beautiful young French
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11 A.M. to 10 P.M.
“AN AMERICAN IN PARIS." a Metro
Goldwyn-Mayer picture, produced by Ar
thur Freed, directed by Vincente Mlnnell.
original and screenplay by Alan Jay Ler
ner, songs by George and Ira Gersnwln. At
the Palace.
The Cast.
Jerry Mulligan- Oene Kelly
Lise Bourvler-Leslie Caron
Adam Cook- Oscar Levant
Henri Baurel-Georges Guetary
Milo Roberts _ Nina Finch
Georges Mattieu __ Eugene Borden
Mathllde Mattieu _Martin Bamattre
Old Woman Dancer.-. Mary Young
girl, Mile. Caron. Although she
i has a slight emotional commit
ment to a Paris music hall star
(Georges Guetary), the spectacular
romance through which Mile.
Caron and Kelly dance can have
only one ending.
* * * *
The inspiration of Kelly’s most
jzestful and winning performance
is Gershwin’s musical score for
j “An American In Paris.” It is an
'ideal album of the latter’s works
that has been chosen for the
songs and dances of the film.
Running through the picture are
such unforgettable numbers as
“Nice Work If You Can Get
It,” “Embraceable You.” “By
Strauss,” “I Got Rhythm,” “Tra
la-la,” “I’ll Build a Stairway to
Paradise,” “Our Love Is Here to
Stay,” “ ’Swonderful,” “Concerto
in F,” and the title piece, “Amer
ican in Paris.”
These are songs not merely to
encourage Kelly, Mile. Caron,
Guetary and Oscar Levant to let
their energies and talents fly, but
to have the same effect upon the
production. There is a call here
for lavishness, but lavishness al
ways restrained by good taste.
So, not “The Red Shoes” or
“Tales of Hoffman” or any other
musical specializing in dazzling
effects is the peer of “An Ameri
can in Paris” in its visual effect.
* * * *
There is never a low moment
in the musical at the Palace.
Some are inevitably quieter than
others, but only to permit the
spectator to recover his breath
before embarking upon another
spectacular passage.
These have been juggled with
extraordinary skill by Director
Vincente Minnelli, a camera wiz
ard who achieves his greatest work
in “An American in Paris.” The
ultimately triumphant interval, of
course, is the incomparably bril
liant ballet which occupies the
final 20 minutes of the film. This
is the shortest 20-minute dance
any one ever laid eyes on, as ex
citing as it is beautiful in its re
call of what it is like to be a
student in Paris.
Six months, it is said, went into
this spectacular climax, one which
visually reproduces the painting
styles of such renowned French
artists as Van Gogh, Rousseau,
Renoir, Utrillo, Dufy and Lautrec.
No six months of moviemakers
time ever was better spent.
Almost as brilliant, however, are
a number of other great moments
of the film such as the Artists’
Ball sequence, one in which Vocal
ist Guetary climbs a “Stairway
to the Stars,” and another in
which Levant plays his brilliant
“Concerto in F.”
The scale of “An American in
Paris” is huge, but it never
dwarfs the romantic human story
threading its way through the
lavishness of it. It would be fool
ish to miss the gayety and bril
liance of it all.
Cummings to Play
'Castles' in London
HOLLYWOOD.
Robert Cummings leaves for
London and the lead in "Castles in
the Air” when he completes
“Small Wonder” here. It must be
hard for Bob to tear himself away
from his beautiful new home. It
has everything: A carpenter shop
in his bathroom, a swimming pool
—with a diving board from his
bedroom window, cold storage
rooms for furs and meat.
Joan Crawford is having a lot
of movie scripts offered her in
New York. And some plays, too—
but what Joan wants is a really
good love story to do for the
j screen. How’s this for a sugges
tion? Joan’s own life story as a
movie. S. G.
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Where and When
Current Theater Attractions
And Time of Showing
Stage.
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quer”; 8:30 p.m.
CathoUc University—“The Tem
pest”; 8:30 p.m.
, Screen.
Ambassador—“The Tanks Are
Coming”; 1:10, 3:15, 5:20, 7:25
, and 9:35 p.m.
Capital—“The Man With a
, Cloak”; 11 a.m., 1:45, 4:30, 7:15
’ and 10 p.m. Stage shows: 12:45,
. 3:30, 6:15 and 9 p.m.
Columbia—“The Desert Fox";
• 10:45 am., 12:35, 2:55, 4:20, 6:10,
8:05 and 9:55 pjn.
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8:50 and 10:25.
Keith’s—“The Racket”; 11:45
a.m„ 1:50, 3:50, 5:55, 7:55 and
10:00 p.m.
Little—“Pepe Le Moko”; 6:20,
\ 8:10 and 9:55 p.m.
Metropolitan — “A Streetcar
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3:05, 5:15, 7:30 and 9:45 p.m.
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Ontario—“Rhubarb”: 1:15, 3;15,
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Palace—“An American in Paris”;
10:30 a.m„ 12:45, 3:00, 5:15, 7:35
and 9:50 p.m.
Pix—“Outcast Girl”; 3:25, 5:50,
8:10 and 10:35 p.m.
Playhouse—“The River”; 2:30
and 8:30 p.m.
Plaza — “Minne, the Curious!
Bride”; 10:30 a.m., 12:10, 1:50,'
LOVELY LESLIE — Mile.
Caron of Paris is not merely
Gene Kelly’s charming danc
ing partner in “An American
in Paris,” now at the Palace.
She also is his personal dis
covery and one of M-G-M’s
brightest new assets.
3:30, 5:10, 6:50, 8:30 and 10:10
p.m.
Trans-Lux — "A Place In the
Sun”; 10:55 a.m., 1:05, 3:15, 5:30,
7:40 and 9:55 p.m.
Warner—“The Tanks Are Com
ing’; 11 a.m„ 12:55, 2:55, 4:50,
5:50 and 9:35 p.m.
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DRIVE-IN 801,0 8lvd* °* «•**»»»!•
" in TO fl00
Open 6 p.m., start* 6:30. Grefory
Sc^k- uSwS?.n H»vward. “David and
a n dh 1 o'b*A d missd on ‘ t h” engagem en t
35c^: lnclUlFed 1 u, Chlldren (ov« •>
HYATTSVILLE ™
for chrt**” “
SATURDAY. ALL-FAMILY SHOW.
specially selected
jfeatiire, "The Texas Ranter” and
4 Cartoons, 3 Stooges, Popeye,
Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry.
CHEVERLY ?*udet,te Colbert.
w“** *““*** Ann Blyth, "Thun
der on the Hill,” at 6:16, 8:03, 8:48.
MARLBORO *obert Newton .Alee
a anauiaivsiv Q u 1 ness. Charles
Dfckens’ "Oliver Twist,” at 7:10, 9:10.
KAYWOOO «0.t’?r‘ Ne*t°n. Kay
at 7. 9:30.
Walah, "Oliver Twist,"
CAMEO
Open 6:46 p.m. Henry
Fonda. Claudette Colbert
.!P.ru.m‘„ ALon* the Mohawk” and
^8tate ^Penitentiary.” Last complete
ailru N. h7 Ave. 6 E-W. Hwv.
ftlslsUI SH 3322
Gregory Peck. Busan Hayward. “David
and Bathsheba" (Technicolor), at 7,
9.30. Admission this engagement
only: Adults. $1; Children, 35^_
Colbert,
'Thun
BETHESDA A“'tV _
der on the Hill.” at 6:15. 8:06. » aa
TOMORROW, ALL-FAMILY
SHOW: “Abilene Town” plus Tom
and Jerry. Popeye. Donald Duck.
Virus Mil I Robert Newton,
TlC.Ha PULL Kay Walsh, Charles
Dickens’ "Oliver Twist,” at 7:10,9:10.
Mil (I Rred MacMurray, Eleanor
ISMsV Parker, "Millionaire for
Christy," at 7:39. 9:16.
I. Ave.
Ml 9227
THE VILLAGE 307 *
N.E.
GREGORY PECK. SUSAN HAYWARD
In "DAVID AND BATHSHEBA”
(Technicolor), at 6:46 and 9:28.
NEWTOR
CLAUDETTE COLBERT In "THUN
DER ON THE HILL." at 6, 7:47, 9:34.
(Veer I8th and Irving Sts. N.t.
DU. 9861
ROBERT ALDA In “THE BEAST
WITH FIVE FINGERS." at 7:16, 9:67.
BORIS KARLOFF In "THE WALKING
DEAD," at 6:13, 8:64.
VrniMN 3707 Mt. Vernon Ava.
TUMUR Alex.. Vo. Alex. 2424
MARK STEVENS In 'TJTTTJt
EGYPT" (Technicolor), at %T7:4ft
9:26.

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