Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds

Reference number:

7722
£75.00

Description:

A lined exercise book page, clearly signed in black marker by Debbie Reynolds (adding Pauline I did not keep any memorabilia sincerely)

Suitable for mounting and display.

Certification:

Chaucer. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

15x13cm Sized Exercise Book Page

Debbie Reynolds

Reference number:

6588
£98.00

Description:

An original circa 1950s Cunard QE2 mailing postcard clearly signed in ballpoint by Debbie Reynolds (adding happiness always).

Double mounted for fine display with photograph.

Certification:

One of a collection of circa 1950-60s autographs all on Cunard QE2 postcards by a crew-member. AFTAL Dealer No13 and UACC RD Memorabilia UK COA.

Size:

18x12in >> Acid Free Mount >> Unframed

15x10cm Sized Card

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About Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds

DEBBIE REYNOLDS d2016. American actress, singer and dancer. Initially signed at age sixteen by Warner Bros her career got off to a slow start. When her contract was not renewed, MGM gave her a small but significant part in the film Three Little Words (1950) and then signed her to a seven-year contract. In her next film, Two Weeks With Love (1950) she had a hit with the song "Aba Daba Honeymoon". However, her first leading role in Singin In The Rain (1952) set her on the path to fame and by the mid-1950s, she was a major star. Other notable successes include ; Tammy and The Bachelor (1957) in which her rendering of the song "Tammy" reached No1 in the music charts and then The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964), for which she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. She then continued to perform successfully on stage, television and film into her latter years. Her first marriage to popular singer Eddie Fisher produced a son and a daughter (actress Carrie Fisher), but ended in divorce in 1959 when Fisher fell in love with Reynolds's former (and later) friend Elizabeth Taylor. Her second and third marriages also both ended in divorce, each time ruining her financially. She was a noted collector of film memorabilia, beginning with the landmark 1972 MGM auction. In June 2011, unable to find a suitable home for her large collection, she began auctioning it off. Debbie Reynolds sadly died in Los Angeles on 28th December 2016 aged 84 following a stroke, just a day after losing her daughter the Star Wars actress and writer Carrie Fisher.

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