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That's Entertainment, Part II

Alternate Title: That's Entertainment, Part 2

That's Entertainment, Part II (That's Entertainment, Part 2) (1976) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film That's Entertainment, Part II

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  • 1976
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: (Live Action): Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Bing Crosby, Robert Taylor, Greer Garson, Clark Gable, Kathryn Grayson, Leslie Caron, Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Doris Day, Ann Miller, Ann Sothern, Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante, Eleanor Powell, John Barrymore, Louis Armstrong, Joan Crawford, Ronald Colman, Elizabeth Taylor, William Powell, Jean Harlow, Melvyn Douglas, Greta Garbo, Esther Williams, Johnny Weissmuller, Ethel Waters, W.C. Fields, Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Jack Benny, Robert Benchley, Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, The Marx Brothers, Nanette Fabray, Lena Horne, Debbie Reynolds, Ginger Rogers, Bobby Van, Marge Champion, Gower Champion, Grace Kelly, Donald O'Connor, Cyd Charisse, Dinah Shore, Betty Hutton, Howard Keel, Lassie, Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Lew Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Constance Bennett, Jack Buchanan, Sammy Cahn, Louis Calhern, Maurice Chevalier, Dan Dailey, Tom Drake, Marie Dressler, Margaret Dumont, Bob Fosse, Hermione Gingold, Cary Grant, Fernand Gravey, Georges Guétary, Judy Holliday, June Knight, Miliza Korjus, Vivien Leigh, Oscar Levant, Myrna Loy, Roddy McDowall, Robert Montgomery, Maureen O'Sullivan, Walter Pidgeon, Tommy Rall, Al Shean, Red Skelton, James Stewart, Lewis Stone, Franchot Tone, Lana Turner, Gwen Verdon, David Wayne, Keenan Wynn, Robert Young, Mary Astor, Freddie Bartholomew, Nacio Herb Brown, James Cagney, Gino Corrado, Fifi D'Orsay, Robert Donat, Tommy Dorsey, James A. FitzPatrick, Arthur Freed, Charley Grapewin, Carol Haney, Sterling Holloway, Harry James, Allan Jones, Buster Keaton, Hedy Lamarr, Chico Marx, Groucho Marx, Harpo Marx, Esther Muir, Dave O'Brien, Christian Rub, Marshall Thompson, USC Trojan Marching Band, Ed Wynn.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action): Fred Astaire (Himself - Co-Host/Narrator [Also Archive Footage]), Gene Kelly (Himself, Co-Host/Narrator [Also Archive Footage]), Judy Garland (Clips from "For Me and My Gal," "Easter Parade," "Girl Crazy," etc. [Archive Footage]), Mickey Rooney (Clips from "Girl Crazy," "Words and Music," etc. [Archive Footage]), Bing Crosby (Clip from "Going Hollywood" [Archive Footage]), Robert Taylor (Clip from "Broadway Melody of 1936" [Archive Footage]), Greer Garson (Clip from "Goodbye Mr. Chips" [Archive Footage]), Clark Gable (Clips from "Gone with the Wind," "Strange Cargo," etc. [Archive Footage]), Kathryn Grayson (Clip from "Lovely to Look At" [Archive Footage]), Leslie Caron (Clips from "Lili" and "An American in Paris" [Archive Footage]), Jeanette MacDonald (Clips from "New Moon" and "Broadway Serenade" [Archive Footage]), Nelson Eddy (Clip from "New Moon" [Archive Footage]), Doris Day (Clip from "Love Me or Leave Me" [Archive Footage]), Ann Miller (Clip from "Kiss Me Kate" [Archive Footage]), Ann Sothern (Clip from "Lady Be Good" [Archive Footage]), Frank Sinatra (Clips from "Anchors Aweigh," "Till the Clouds Roll By" etc. [Archive Footage]), Jimmy Durante (Clips from "Hollywood Party," "Two Girls and a Sailor" and "Jumbo" [Archive Footage]), Eleanor Powell (Clips from "Born to Dance" and "Lady Be Good" [Archive Footage]), John Barrymore (Clip from "Grand Hotel" [Archive Footage]), Louis Armstrong (Clip from "High Society" [Archive Footage]), Joan Crawford (Clips from "Dancing Lady" and " Strange Cargo" [Archive Footage]), Ronald Colman (Clip from "A Tale of Two Cities" [Archive Footage]), Elizabeth Taylor (Clip from "Ivanhoe" [Archive Footage]), William Powell (Clip from "The Thin Man" [Archive Footage]), Jean Harlow (Clips from "Dinner at Eight," "Reckless" etc. [Archive Footage]), Melvyn Douglas (Clip from "Ninotchka" [Archive Footage]), Greta Garbo (Clips from "Two-Faced Woman," "Grand Hotel," "Ninotchka," etc. [Archive Footage]), Esther Williams (Clip from "Easy to Love" [Archive Footage]), Johnny Weissmuller (Clip from "Tarzan the Ape Man" [Archive Footage]), Ethel Waters (Clip from "Cabin in the Sky" [Archive Footage]), W.C. Fields (Clip from "David Copperfield" [Archive Footage]), Bud Abbott (as Abbott) (Clips from "Rio Rita" [Archive Footage]), Lou Costello (as Costello) (Clips from "Rio Rita" [Archive Footage]), Jack Benny (Clip from "Song Writers" Revue [Archive Footage]), Robert Benchley (Film Clip [Archive Footage]), Stan Laurel (as Laurel) (Various Film Clips [Archive Footage]), Oliver Hardy (as Hardy) (Various Film Clips [Archive Footage]), The Marx Brothers (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Nanette Fabray (Clip from "The Band Wagon" [Archive Footage]), Lena Horne (Clip from "Words and Music" [Archive Footage]), Debbie Reynolds (Clip from "Singin" in the Rain" [Archive Footage]), Ginger Rogers (Clip from "Barkleys of Broadway" [Archive Footage]), Bobby Van (Clips from "Kiss Me Kate" and "Small Town Girl" [Archive Footage]), Marge Champion (as Marge) (Clip from "Lovely to Look At" [Archive Footage]), Gower Champion (Clip from "Lovely to Look At" [Archive Footage]), Grace Kelly (Clip from "High Society" [Archive Footage]), Donald O'Connor (Clip from "Singin" in the Rain" [Archive Footage]), Cyd Charisse (Clip from "Silk Stockings" [Archive Footage]), Dinah Shore (Clip from "Till the Clouds Roll By" [Archive Footage]), Betty Hutton (Clip from "Annie Get Your Gun" [Archive Footage]), Howard Keel (Clip from "Annie Get Your Gun" [Archive Footage]), Pal (as Lassie) (Clip from "Lassie Come Home" [Archive Footage]), Spencer Tracy (Various Clips [Archive Footage]), Katharine Hepburn (Various Clips [Archive Footage]), Eddie "Rochester" Anderson (Clip from "Cabin in the Sky" [Archive Footage]), Lew Ayres (Clip from "Broadway Serenade" [Archive Footage]), Lionel Barrymore (Clip from "A Free Soul" [Archive Footage]), Constance Bennett (Clip from "Two Faced Woman" [Archive Footage]), Jack Buchanan (Clip from "The Band Wagon" [Archive Footage]), Sammy Cahn (Himself - Host of Song Writers Segment [Also Archive Footage]), Louis Calhern (Clip from "Annie Get Your Gun" [Archive Footage]), Maurice Chevalier (Clip from "The Merry Widow" (1934) [Archive Footage]), Dan Dailey (Clips from "Ziegfeld Girl" and "It's Always Fair Weather" [Archive Footage]), Tom Drake (Clip from "Words and Music" [Archive Footage]), Marie Dressler (Clip from "Dinner at Eight" [Archive Footage]), Margaret Dumont (Clips from "A Night at the Opera" and "A Day at the Races" [Archive Footage]), Bob Fosse (Clip from "Kiss Me Kate" [Archive Footage]), Hermione Gingold (Clip from "Gigi" [Archive Footage]), Cary Grant (Clip from "Philadelphia Story" [Archive Footage]), Fernand Gravey (as Fernand Gravet) (Clip from "The Great Waltz" [Archive Footage]), Georges Guétary (as Georges Guetary) (Clip from "An American in Paris" [Archive Footage]), Judy Holliday (Clip from "Adam's Rib" [Archive Footage]), June Knight (Clip from "Broadway Melody of 1936" [Archive Footage]), Miliza Korjus (Clip from "The Great Waltz" [Archive Footage]), Vivien Leigh (as Vivian Leigh) (Clip from "Gone with the Wind" [Archive Footage]), Oscar Levant (Clip from "The Band Wagon" [Archive Footage]), Myrna Loy (Clip from "The Thin Man" [Archive Footage]), Roddy McDowall (Clip from "Lassie Come Home" [Archive Footage]), Robert Montgomery (Clip from "Private Lives" [Archive Footage]), Maureen O'Sullivan (Clip from "Tarzan the Ape Man" [Archive Footage]), Walter Pidgeon (Clip from "Nick Carter, Master Detective" [Archive Footage]), Tommy Rall (Clip from "Kiss Me Kate" [Archive Footage]), Al Shean (Clip from "Broadway Serenade" [Archive Footage]), Red Skelton (Clip from "Three Little Words" [Archive Footage]), James Stewart (Clip from "Ziegfeld Girl" [Archive Footage]), Lewis Stone (Clip from "Grand Hotel" [Archive Footage]), Franchot Tone (Clip from "Reckless" [Archive Footage]), Lana Turner (Clips from "Ziegfeld Girl" and "The Merry Widow" (1952) [Archive Footage]), Gwen Verdon (Clip from "The Merry Widow" (1952) [Archive Footage]), David Wayne (Clip from "Adam's Rib" [Archive Footage]), Keenan Wynn (Clip from "Annie Get Your Gun" [Archive Footage]), Robert Young (Clip from "Lady Be Good" [Archive Footage]), Mary Astor (Clip from "Listen Darling" [Archive Footage]), Freddie Bartholomew (Clip from "David Copperfield" [Archive Footage]), Nacio Herb Brown (Clip from "The Songwriters Revue" [Archive Footage]), James Cagney (Clip from "Love Me or Leave Me" [Archive Footage]), Gino Corrado (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Fifi D'Orsay (Clip from "Going Hollywood" [Archive Footage]), Robert Donat (Clip from "Goodbye Mr. Chips" [Archive Footage]), Tommy Dorsey (Clip from "Girl Crazy" [Archive Footage]), James A. FitzPatrick (Movie Clip [Archive Footage] [Voice]), Arthur Freed (Clip from "Song Writers Revue" [Archive Footage]), Charley Grapewin (Clip from "Listen Darling" [Archive Footage]), Carol Haney (Clip from "Kiss Me Kate" [Archive Footage]), Sterling Holloway (Clip from "The Merry Widow" (1934) [Archive Footage]), Harry James (Clip from "Hollywood Party" [Archive Footage]), Allan Jones (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Buster Keaton (Movie Clip [Archive Footage]), Hedy Lamarr (Clip from "White Cargo" [Archive Footage]), Chico Marx (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Groucho Marx (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Harpo Marx (Clip from "A Night at the Opera" [Archive Footage]), Esther Muir (Clip from "A Day at the Races" [Archive Footage]), Dave O'Brien (Actor in "Pete Smith Specialty" Short [Archive Footage]), Christian Rub (Clip from "The Great Waltz" [Archive Footage]), Marshall Thompson (Clip from "Words and Music" [Archive Footage]), USC Trojan Marching Band (Themselves), Ed Wynn (Clip from "The Chief" [Archive Footage]).
  • Directed By Gene Kelly (New Sequences).
  • Produced By Saul Chaplin, Daniel Melnick.
    Animation Executive Producers: William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Written By Leonard Gershe (Narration).
  • Edited By David Blewitt, Bud Friedgen .
  • Director: Gene Kelly.
  • Assistant Director, New Sequences: William R. Poole.
  • Production Manager (New Sequences): Maurice Vaccarino.
  • Production Design (New Sequences): John De Cuir.
  • Script Supervisor (New Sequences): Dorothy Aldrin.
  • Property Master (New Sequences): Anthony Bavero.
  • Wardrobe (Mr. Astaire and Mr. Kelly, New Sequences): Filipo.
  • Makeup (New Sequences): John Inzerella, Charles H. Schram.
  • Director of Photography (New Sequences): George J. Folsey.
  • Optical Supervisor: Jim Liles.
  • Main Credit Titles (New Sequences): Saul Bass.
  • Music: Nelson Riddle.
  • Special Lyrics (New Sequences): Saul Chaplin, Howard Dietz.
  • Music Arranged By (New Sequences): Nelson Riddle.
  • Music Conducted By (New Sequences): Nelson Riddle.
  • Music Editor: William Saracino.
  • Music Supervisor: Harry V. Lojewski.
  • Sound (New Sequences): William Edmondson.
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixers: Aaron Rochin, Hal Watkins.
  • Album Producer: Saul Chaplin, Daniel Melnick.
  • Supervisor (Segment "The Finishing Touch"): Leo McCarey.
  • Title Designer (Segment "The Finishing Touch"): H. M. Walker.
  • Editors: David E. Blewitt, Bud Friedgen.
  • Assistant Editors: Ramon G. Caballero, Dennis Lee Galling, Ana Luisa Perez, Michael J. Sheridan.
  • Contributing Editors: David Bretherton, Peter C. Johnson.
  • The Special Style and Content of the Musical Sequences Were Created By: Jeff Alexander, Robert Alton, Busby Berkeley, Irving Berlin, Ralph Blane, Nicholas Brodszky, Nacio Herb Brown, Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, Jack Cole, Betty Comden, Bobby Connolly, Jack Cummings, Gene De Paul, Buddy G. DeSylva, Adolph Deutsch, Helen Deutsch, Howard Dietz, Stanley Donen, Jack Donohue, Carmen Dragon, Vernon Duke, Jimmy Durante, Roger Edens, Gus Edwards, Percy Faith, Ted Fetter, Arthur Freed, George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin, E. Ray Goetz, Dave Gould, Adolph Green, Johnny Green, Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto A. Harbach, Lorenz Hart, Lennie Hayton, Bert Kalmar, Bronislau Kaper, Jerome Kern, Michael Kidd, John La Touche, Sammy Lee, Franz Lehár, Robert Z. Leonard, Alan Jay Lerner, Mervyn LeRoy, Edgar Leslie, Frederick Loewe, Rouben Mamoulian, Hugh Martin, Johnny Mercer, George W. Meyer, Vincente Minnelli, Alfred Newman, Hermes Pan, Joe Pasternak, Cole Porter, André Previn, Leo Robin, Richard Rodgers, Sigmund Romberg, Harry Ruby, Conrad Salinger, Arthur Schwartz, George Sidney, Sol C. Siegel, George Stoll, Axel Stordahl, Herbert Stothart, Johann Strauß (as Johann Strauss), Jule Styne, Norman Taurog, Kay Thompson, Richard Thorpe, Jimmy Van Heusen, Charles Walters, Harry Warren, George Wells.
  • The Non-Musical Sequences Represent Outstanding Contributions By: Robert Arthur, S.N. Behrman, Pandro S. Berman, Frank Borzage, Charles Brackett, Lou Breslow, Harold S. Bucquet, Hugo Butler, John W. Considine Jr., Jack Conway, George Cukor, Jacques Deval, Julien Duvivier, Howard Estabrook, James A. FitzPatrick, Victor Fleming, Sidney Franklin, Jules Furthman, Tay Garnett, Frances Goodrich, Leon Gordon, Ruth Gordon, Martin A. Gosch, Edmund Goulding, Albert Hackett, Samuel Hoffenstein, Robert E. Hopkins (as Robert Hopkins), Sidney Howard, Bernard H. Hyman, Garson Kanin, George S. Kaufman, Arthur Kober, Charles Lederer, W.P. Lipscomb, Anita Loos, Ernst Lubitsch, John Lee Mahin, Herman J. Mankiewicz, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Samuel Marx, James Kevin McGuinness (as James K. McGuinness), John Meehan, Ivor Novello, George Oppenheimer, Nat Perrin, Robert Pirosh, Gottfried Reinhardt, Walter Reisch, Allen Rivkin, Morrie Ryskind, Victor Saville, Dore Schary, George Seaton, David O. Selznick, Sidney Sheldon, S. Sylvan Simon, Donald Ogden Stewart, Hunt Stromberg, W.S. Van Dyke, Salka Viertel, Lawrence Weingarten, Fred M. Wilcox, Billy Wilder, P.J. Wolfson, Sam Wood, Sam Zimbalist.

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A history of Hollywood films and musicals produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, featuring excerpts from many beloved classics.

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