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Friday, July 2, 2010

Debbie Reynolds poll

My new poll for this month is about Debbie Reynolds, the classic movie goddess for the month. We all know all talented she was in the many musicals she starred in like Singin in the Rain, The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Two Weeks with Love, I Love Melvin and others. So for the poll, I decided to focus on her non-musical roles which showed that she had a great acting chops as well. My question asks what is your favorite Debbie Reynolds non-musical films. The choices are: Susan Slept Here (1954) co-starring Dick Powell; The Catered Affair (1956) co-starring Bette Davis, Ernest Borgnine and Rod Taylor; The Mating Game (1959) with Tony Randall; It Started With A Kiss (1959) with Glenn Ford; The Rat Race (1960) with Tony Curtis; How Sweet It Is (1968) with James Garner; Divorce American Style (1967) with Dick Van Dyke; and her only western How The West Was Won (1962). I know the choices are tough so I made it multiple choice. Enjoy.


david said...

Other great Debbie Reynolds non-musical films include: Goodbye Charlie, The Tender Trap, What's the Matter With Helen, Mother, In and Out, and Mary, Mary.

Lily Lemontree said...

I will have to sit myself down with a few of these before I vote, just to refresh my memory! (I'll tell my family that I am locking myself away in the den in the name of research-LOL!)
Hope you have a wonderful holiday weekend celebrating the fourth!!

monty said...

Great choices David as well. And have fun Lily watching some of these films again.

Dawn said...

Monty, I think my favorite Debbie Reynolds movies is, The Mating Game (1959).


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