Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds

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Who Was Debbie Reynolds?

Debbie Reynolds went on to establish a film career as one of the most popular actresses of her time. Known for an array of musicals in the 1950s, she made a star turn in Singin' in the Rain (1952), in which she offered a spirited performance opposite Gene Kelly and Donald O'Connor. The following decade, Reynolds won the respect of her peers with her title role in the musical The Unsinkable Molly Brown, for which she received an Academy Award nomination. She continued to act and sing for more than 40 more years via film, television and the stage.

Debbie Reynolds

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Debbie Reynolds has acted, sung and danced through more than 30 movies, during a career spanning half a century. Reynolds is perhaps best known for her Oscar-nominated leading role in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1963, MGM), her starring performance in "Singin' in the Rain"{ (1952, MGM) alongside Gene Kelly, as well as more recent hits such as "Mother" (1996, Paramount), for which she was a Golden Globe nominee, and "In and Out" (1997, Paramount). Yet Reynolds is not just a film star. The Hollywood legend is still going strong at age 67, spending much of the year touring nationally and internationally as a headline performer in such venues as Las Vegas, Atlantic City and London. (Source: www.webmd.com)

List of 62 Debbie Reynolds Movies, Ranked Best to Worst

The epitome of beauty and elegance, Debbie Reynolds debuted in the movie ‘ Three Little Worlds’ in 1950, but established a successful acting career with her most famous movie, ‘Singing in the Rain’ in 1952.



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