[tv] Tuesday, 18 June 2013 : The programme on tv this evening

Each day, the writing of the Blog Cinema advise you 2 movies to see on tv that night : a film on all of the channels, and another one exclusively on TNT, so not to injure anyone.

The program tonight : Nothing on the DTT channels and Singing in the Rain on Canal+ Family.

Your remote control !

  • ON TNT

The nil tonight on TNT !



On CANAL+ Family at 20: 45 cet

Technical data sheet

Release Date : September 11, 1953 (1h48min)

Directed by Stanley Donen

With Gene Kelly, Donald O’connor, Debbie Reynolds, Jean Hagen, Millard Mitchell, Cyd Charisse, Douglas Fowley, Rita Moreno, Harry Cody, Richard Emory, King Donovan

Genre : musical Comedy

Nationality : American

Original title : Singin’ in the Rain

Box-Office France : 1 866 822 entries

Distributor : Les Films du Paradoxe

Budget : 2 540 800 $


In 1927, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont, two of the stars of the silent film, fly from one success to another and pretending to worship both the city and the screen. The reality is more sombre. Beast and wicked, Lina poisons the life of his partner. A jump in a taxi can still change many things. Don meets a charming ingenue Kathy Selden, while busy running the stamps in the music halls. Between the two young people, the lightning is immediate and reciprocal. Soon the life of Don and Kathy is transformed by love into a continuous succession of dances, games and laughter. The day where the producers announce their intention of making the next film from Lina and Gift a film speaking, the voice of the rattle of Lina requires him to find very quickly a lining…


The film has enjoyed modest success in its output. Donald O’connor won the best actor award at the Golden Globes, and two screen writers Betty Comden and Adolph Green award for the Writers Guild of America Awards. It is only later on that he recognises his legendary status of a monument of the cinema. This film is today regarded as one of the best musicals ever created, sitting in first place of the best musical films of the AFI (American Film Institute) and in 2007 at the fifth place of the greatest american films.


• Oscars 1953 : Nominations to the Oscar for best supporting actress for Jean Hagen and the Oscar for best film music for Lennie Hayton.

[Source : Wikipedia]

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