Academy Award-winner Gene Kelly makes his film debut as a song and dance man who lures singer Judy Garland away from her vaudeville partner. When WWI breaks out, he intentionally injures his hand to avoid combat only to reform and become a gallant hero. Kelly ("Singin' in the Rain," "An American in Paris") and Oscar-winner Garland ("The Wizard of Oz," "Meet Me in St. Louis") make a fabulous duo in this Oscar-nominated musical. With Academy Award-honoree George Murphy ("Battleground") and Keenan Wynn ("Mary Poppins," "Dr. Strangelove"). Directed by Oscar-nominated Broadway and screen director/choreographer Busby Berkeley ("Babes in Arms"). Produced by Oscar-winner Arthur Freed ("An American in Paris," "Gigi").
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