Was Fred romantic? Well, there’s a contradiction. Because he didn’t bullshit you. He did not lay it on thick like some actors, who give you the eye and make you so embarrassed. He was a gentlemen. He behaved like a gentlemen. He was a fabulous partner. - Leslie Caron
Leslie Caron in Gigi (1948)
Leslie Caron in Daddy Long Legs, 1955.
Debbie Reynolds pays Leslie Caron a visit on the set of An American In Paris.
Leslie Caron and Gene Kelly, An American in Paris (M-G-M, 1951)
“You hear a lot of bad-mouthing about the old studio system, and, of course, there were shortcomings. I defend so many things about the old system because it worked out well for at least the musical groups that I saw at the studios, especially those at MGM.” - Gene Kelly, 1981
Leslie Caron (1948).
Leslie Caron in color.
An American in Paris (1951)