Movies often take viewers behind the scenes to show us how art and entertainment is created. For instance, "42nd Street," the Lloyd Bacon-Busby Berkeley musical from the early 1930s, told the inside story of a Broadway musical production, while Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen's "Singin' in the Rain" gloriously celebrated the transformation of Hollywood films from silents to talkies.
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