If you enjoy Singing in the Rain, then Glasgow is the place to come.
Thankfully Hollywood star Gene Kelly got a dry day when he came to Glasgow in 1953. Here he is in Gordon Street, having just stepped out of the Central Hotel.
Kelly, in bunnet and tweed coat, looks like any other Glasgow man of the period, but he was a bit lighter on his feet. He was in Scotland to scout locations for his next movie, the Lerner and Loewe musical Brigadoon.
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