Hollywood song-and-dance man Gene Kelly was home from the hospital Monday recuperating from treatment for pneumonia.

Kelly, 76, was released from Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai hospital Sunday, said publicist Beebe Kline.

Kelly was admitted Wednesday under a pseudonym.The illness forced the entertainer to cancel a weekend performance of his one-man show, "Evening with Gene Kelly" at La Mirada Civic Center. Theater spokeswoman Beverly Hamlin said the performance was not rescheduled and refunds would be given to the 1,300 ticketholders.

Kelly starred in such films as "An American in Paris" and "Anchors Aweigh," with Frank Sinatra. He is probably best known for his splash dance in "Singin' in the Rain," which he also co-directed.