"The Band Wagon": Fred Astaire and Cyd Charisse dazzle in director Vincente Minnelli's classic, featuring numbers set in a train station ("By Myself"), a penny arcade ("A Shine on Your Shoes"), a backlot Central Park ("Dancing in the Dark") and a smoky café ("The Girl Hunt"). As the hallmark song which originated here goes, "That's Entertainment." "Calamity Jane": Deadwood, Dakota Territory, is largely the abode of men, where Indian scout Calamity Jane is as hard-riding, boastful, and handy with a gun as any; quite an overpowering personality. But the army lieutenant she favors doesn't really appreciate her finer qualities. One of Jane's boasts brings her to Chicago to recruit an actress for the Golden Garter stage. Arrived, the lady in question appears (at first) to be a more feminine rival for the favors of Jane's male friends... including her friendly enemy Wild Bill Hickock. "Kiss Me Kate": When two squabbling ex-marrieds are cast as squabbling Renaissance romantics in a musical "The Taming of the Shrew," life imitates art, art imitates life - and it all proves no musical comedy imitates "Kiss Me Kate," adapted from the 1948 Broadway smash that features 14 peerless Cole Porter songs, choreography by Bob Fosse and Hermes Pan, and an all-star cast including Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson and Ann Miller. "Singin' In The Rain": Silent movies are giving way to talking pictures - and a hoofer-turned matinee idol (Gene Kelly) is caught in that bumpy transition, as are his buddy (Donald O'Connor), prospective ladylove (Debbie Reynolds) and shrewish costar (Jean Hagen). The musical masterwork "Singin' in the Rain" is celebrated with special features that salute not just this all-time favorite but also the musical legacy of its producer, songwriter Arthur Freed.