Debbie Reynolds Desktop wallpaper

Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds wallpapers for your PC, Android Device, Iphone or Tablet PC. If you want to download Debbie Reynolds High Quality wallpapers for your desktop, please download this wallpapers above and click «set as desktop background». You can share this wallpaper in social networks, we will be very grateful to you. 

Measured 1’57.
Hollywood musical star in the ’50s, Debbie Reynolds (real name of Mary Frances Reynolds) was born on April 1, 1932 in the Texas town of El Paso (United States).
In 1948, when he was 16, I was fortunate to win the beauty contest Miss Burbank, California locality to which he had moved as a child with his family. This title allowed him to get a contract with the Warner study which debuted in very brief roles in the late 40s One of them obtained “June Bride” (1948), a comedy starring Bette Davis and Robert Montgomery.
The 50s was the decade in which Debbie rose to stardom thanks to a new film contract that linked to the Metro Goldwyn Mayer.
The films that led him to success were “Three Little Words” (1950) by Richard Thorpe, “Singin ‘in the Rain” (1952) Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, “Three girls with luck” (1953) Stanley Donen, ” the bachelor and love “(1955) by Charles Walters,” the Catered affair “(1956) by Richard Brooks,” Tammy and the bachelor “(1957) by Joseph Pevney or” a recalcitrant dead “(1959),” started with a kiss “(1959) and” How to catch a husband “(1959), the last three directed by George Marshall.
All these titles made him one of the favorite actresses of the American public, affection grew when Debbie was abandoned by her husband Eddie Fisher, famous singer who left the actress to go with Elizabeth Taylor.
Marriage between Debbie Reynolds and Fisher had lasted four years, from 1955 to 1959. They had a daughter, Carrie Fisher, Princess Leia future in “The Wars” and a son, Todd Fisher director.
The 60s began well for Debbie with films like “Lost in the big city” (1960), a comedy co-starring Tony Curtis and directed by Robert Mulligan, “Sola to danger” (1961) by Vincent Sherman, “Your good company “(1961) with Fred Astaire and directed by George Seaton, overproduction” the west Was Won “(1962),” Mary Mary “(1963) Mervyn Leroy or” Molly Brown always afloat “(1964) of Charles Walters. For this last title was nominated for an Oscar as best actress. The winner would be Julie Andrews for “Mary Poppins”. debbie reynolds pictures gene kelly pictures images
In the mid 60s the stellar status on the big screen Debbie Reynolds declined also decreasing the pace of his films and transferring their good work to different artistic media such as television and theater in Broadway.
As for his love life, apart from her marriage to Eddie Fisher, Debbie married twice more, first with the shoe entrepreneur Harry Karl and Richard Hamlett second with.
Movies Criticized In ElCriticón-AlohaCriticón

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

9 + 8 =