“Who could ask for anything more?”

Between word of an upcoming George Gershwin biopic and Bullz-Eye’s feature on fifteen (mostly) great movies set in Paris, it seems like an opportune time for a pair of clips from Vincente Minelli’s multi-Oscar winning 1951 musical, “An American in Paris.” First, a languid portion of the film’s gorgeous, sexy, and lengthy ballet sequence.

And a lesson in American without tears from Gene Kelly.

  

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