Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was the uncontested champ of the Hollywood musical in the 1940s and '50s, but one of the most beloved MGM musicals wasn't made by the studio at all. In 1957 Paramount brought aboard MGM's top talent, including Fred Astaire, director Stanley Donen, producer Roger Edens, a bundle of hits from the Gershwin songbook and an MGM lion's share of the legendary Arthur Freed musical production unit to stage the Audrey... More >>>