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The singer and actress Kathryn Grayson was a resident soprano at MGM from 1940 until the early Fifties, her films including the acclaimed versions of Show Boat and Kiss Me, Kate.
She was particularly favoured by producer Joe Pasternak, who had moved from Universal, where he had brilliantly handled the career of Deanna Durbin.
Said director Vincente Minnelli, "You can't direct bubbles!Made in 1953 in 3-D, Kiss Me, Kate was a great success, but the great era for film musicals was ending.In 1955 she made her nightclub debut at the Sands in Las Vegas, then announced that she was retiring to be a full-time mother.She was teamed with Howard Keel in George Sidney's Show Boat (1951), a vibrant version of the Kern-Hammer-stein masterpiece.
Grayson and Keel sang the songs of Kern again in Lovely to Look At (1952), a remake of Roberta that both stars reputedly disliked making, though it is entertaining and contains some of their best work.
Her leading man was Gene Kelly, and Grayson was next teamed with Kelly and Frank Sinatra in George Sidney's Anchors Aweigh (1945).