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Singin' in the Rain Movie Quotes

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Best Singin' in the Rain quotes, with movie clips, ranked by fans. This list of great movie quotes from Singin' in the Rain collects all of the most famous lines from the film in one place, allowing you to pick the top quotes and move them up the list. Quotations from movies are repeated all the time in other movies, on television, in speeches and in day-to-day life, so having a good knowledge of good movie quotes (and having resources useful to search movie quotes) have become essential. Many of the most notable quotes come from sources you may not even know about, some could even be the most memorable Singin' In the Rain quotes or come from some of the other most quotable movies of all time.

Consistently named one of the best movies of all time, Singin' In the Rain is also one of the most iconic movie musicals of all time. The film follows the production and cast of a silent movie that's been adapted to a musical as sound becomes the norm in movies. The once-popular romantic leads face problems when it's discovered the fairer half of the duo can't carry a tune and has to be dubbed over by an up-and-coming starlet who steals the heart of her gentleman co-star.

This list includes all the best Singin' in the Rain lines and moments, just as they appeared in the actual movie script. Whether they are funny quotes, sad quotes, quotes about love or death, all the most famous Singin' in the Rain quotes are here.

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    We Are the Movie Stars


    Don Lockwood: Well, we movie stars get the glory. I guess we have to take the little heartaches that go with it. People think we lead lives of glamour and romance, but we're really lonely - terribly lonely.

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    There is Nothing Between Us


    Don Lockwood: Now Lina, you've been reading all those fan magazines again! Now look Lina, you shouldn't believe all that banana oil Dora Bailey and the columnists dish out. Now try to get this straight: there is nothing between us. There has never been anything between us. Just air.
    Lina: Oh, Donny, you don't mean that.

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    I Can't Talk to a Bush


    Rosco: Lina! We're missing every other word! You've got to talk into the mike!
    Lina: Well, I can't make love to a bush!

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    Simply Irresistible


    Don Lockwood: What's the matter with that girl? Can't she take a gentle hint?
    Cosmo Brown: Well haven't ya heard? She's irresistible. She told me so herself.

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    A French Aristocrat

    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!

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    They Sent Me To Finest School

    Don Lockwood: They sent me to the finest schools, including dancing schools. That's where I first met Cosmo. And with him I used to perform for all of Mom and Dad's society friends.

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    Don't Let Lina Know

    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.

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    I'd Rather Kiss a Tarantula

    Lina: Oh Donny! You couldn't kiss me like that and not mean it just a teensy bit!
    Don Lockwood: Meet the greatest actor in the world! I'd rather kiss a tarantula.
    Lina: You don't mean that.
    Don Lockwood: I don't - - Hey Joe, get me a tarantula.

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    Everybody Was a Dope

    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.

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    The Show Must Go On!

    Cosmo Brown: What's the first thing an actor learns? "The show must go on!' Come rain, come shine, come snow, come sleet, the show MUST go on!

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    Everybody Knows You Love Me

    Kathy Selden: Now look, Miss Lamont, Don and I...
    Lina Lamont: Don? Don't you *dare* call him Don! I was calling him Don before you were born! I mean... You-you were kissing him!
    Don Lockwood: *I* was kissing *her*! I happen to be in love with her.
    Lina Lamont: That's ridiculous. Everybody knows you're in love with me.

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    I'm Out of Job

    Cosmo Brown: Talking pictures, that means I'm out of a job. At last I can start suffering and write that symphony.
    R.F. Simpson: You're not out of job, we're putting you in as head of our new music department.
    Cosmo Brown: Oh, thanks, R.F.! At last I can stop suffering and write that symphony.

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    She is a Triple Threat

    Cosmo Brown: Lina. She can't act, she can't sing, she can't dance. A triple threat.

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    The Greatest Of 'Em All

    Don Lockwood: Tell me the truth, am I a good actor?
    Cosmo Brown: As long as I'm working for Monumental Pictures, you're the greatest of 'em all.

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    The Prettiest Juliet

    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.

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