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Debbie Reynolds Vintage Interview
by Betty Jo Tucker

The late great Debbie Reynolds bowed into our world on April 1, 1932. To celebrate her birth date, Movie Addict Headquarters is presenting Debbie’s 2009 vintage interview as an ON DEMAND episode that will run from April 1 through April 14. One of America’s most talented and beloved show-biz stars, Debbie talks about her remarkable career as an entertainer -- and more -- during this fun and revealing episode.

Listeners can hear Debbie’s vintage interview at any time by clicking on the BlogTalkRadio link at the end of this article.  

Below are a few reminders of Debbie’s impressive achievements.

Debbie earned an Oscar nomination for her brilliant performance in The Unsinkable Molly Brown and a Tony nomination for her fine stage work in Irene. She also received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild (SAG).

Among Debbie’s popular films are: Singin’ in the Rain, The Tender Trap, How the West Was Won, Tammy and the Bachelor, The Gazebo, and Mother.

Television appearances by Debbie include important roles in Will and Grace, Kim Possible, and Halloweentown.

Debbie’s many fans also loved to see her in the exuberant live shows she performed in various venues throughout the U.S.  

As generous with her time as with her talent, Debbie was a fundraiser for the Girl Scouts and a founder of the Thalians, a charitable organization responsible for raising millions of dollars for emotionally disturbed children. She has also worked tirelessly to preserve Hollywood costumes and memorabilia. She was truly an entertainer extraordinaire and a national national treasure! We still miss you, Debbie.

HOST: Betty Jo Tucker

CO-HOST: Jazz Shaw

PRODUCER: Nikki Starr

CALLERS:  James Colt Harrison and Jordan Wellin

LISTENING LINK:  Click here.


                                                                                                                                                                               
 
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