I chose a musical number scene from "Singin' In The Rain" where the two lovebirds, Kathy and Donald go to an empty movie set together. The part of lighting that I like and is a great example of is within the first minute of this movie clip where Donald sets up the stage lighting to make the "proper" scenery setting to tell Kathy how he feels, through song and dance of course.
Even though Donald is setting up his own lighting, when Kathy stands on the ladder her face is fully lit up, using slow falloff lighting, using floodlights to create a soft light without shadows on her face. On contrary, it seems as if the lighting is lit from above-eye-level even though Donald is below her as she stands on the ladder. Another last observation is the use of three point lighting, another way to reduce shadows, to give her a perfect complexion look, a very popular lighting technique of the time period to make the female stars look dream-like, and angelic.