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He entered Pennsylvania State College as a journalism major, but the 1929 crash forced him to work to help his family.He created dance routines with his younger brother Fred to earn prize money in local talent contests. His family opened a dance studio in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.In 1931 he was approached by the Beth Shalom Synagogue in Pittsburgh to teach dance, and to stage the annual Kermesse.The venture proved a success, Kelly being retained for seven years until his departure for New York.Kelly Shore is looking smoking hot in a tight PVC mini dress!
He increased his focus on performing and later claimed: "With time I became disenchanted with teaching because the ratio of girls to boys was more than ten to one, and once the girls reached 16 the dropout rate was very high." After a fruitless search for work in New York, Kelly returned to Pittsburgh to his first position as a choreographer with the Charles Gaynor musical revue Hold Your Hats at the Pittsburgh Playhouse in April 1938.In his later career, he starred in two films outside the musical genre: Inherit the Wind (1960) and What a Way to Go! Kelly received an Academy Honorary Award in 1952 for his career achievements, the same year An American in Paris won six Academy Awards, including Best Picture.He later received lifetime achievement awards in the Kennedy Center Honors (1982), and from the Screen Actors Guild and American Film Institute.Best known today for his performances in films such as An American in Paris (1951), Anchors Aweigh (1945)— for which he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor—and Singin' in the Rain (1952), he starred in musical films until they fell out of fashion in the late 1950s.He starred in, choreographed, and/or directed some of the most well-regarded musicals of the 1940s and 1950s, debuting with Judy Garland in For Me and My Gal (1942), and followed by Du Barry Was a Lady (1943), Thousands Cheer (1943), The Pirate (1948), On the Town (1949), and It's Always Fair Weather (1955), among others.
—as the American ambassador's secretary who supports Mary Martin while she sings My Heart Belongs to Daddy.