Funny Quotations from Singin' in the Rain
Singin' in the Rain is a romance musical-comedy film about a silent film company's struggle to trainsition to sound. The film follows the life of an actor, actress, and soon-to-be actress as the two women fight over the man, one woman dubbing the other, and the three trying to work together. Directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly. Starring Gene Kelly, Donald O'Connor, and Debbie Reynolds.
Singin' in the Rain is said to be the greatest musical ever created, and of course, one of the funniest. The plot is unique, the characters are hilarious, and the result is glamorous. Read on for some humorous quotes from Singin' in the Rain.
Cosmo Brown: The new Don Lockwood. He yodels, he jumps around to music.
Don Lockwood: The only problem is once they release this movie, no-one's gonna want to see me jump off the Woolworth building into a damp rag.
Don Lockwood: I do hope you're going to favor us with something special tonight.
Kathy Selden: Please!
Don Lockwood: Say, Hamlet's soliloquy, or the balcony scene from "Romeo and Juliet."
Kathy Selden: Mr. Lockwood!
Don Lockwood: Don't be shy. You'd make about the prettiest Juliet I've ever seen. Really.
Cosmo Brown: What's this one about?
Don Lockwood: It's a French revolution story...
Cosmo Brown: Don't tell me. You're a French aristocrat, she's a simple girl of the people, and she won't even give you a tumbrel. Hah!
Don Lockwood: Where'd Miss Selden go?
Female dancer: She just grabbed her things and bolted. Anything I can do?
Don Lockwood: Sorry, I don't have time to find out.
R.F. Simpson: Don, it'll be a sensation! "Lamont and Lockwood: they talk!"
Cosmo Brown: Lina. She can't act, she can't sing, she can't dance. A triple threat.
Don Lockwood: Now listen, R.F., the owner of the Coconut Grove may do what Lina tells him to, but you're the head of this studio.
R.F. Simpson: That's right, I'm the head of this studio. She's hired! But don't let Lina know she's on the lot.
Cosmo Brown: Make 'em laugh!
Lina Lamont: Gee, this wig weighs a ton! What dope'd wear a thing like this?
Rosco: Everybody used to wear them, Lina.
Lina Lamont: Well, then everybody was a dope.
Don Lockwood: Cosmo, call me a cab.
Cosmo Brown: OK, you're a cab.
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