“Forgotten Hollywood”- Debbie Does a Double Feature…

Posted on March 22, 2013 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   Debbie Reynolds is making her return to Hollywood in style. Join the legendary star for a Double Feature with Debbie. The Egyptian Theatre is working in conjunction with Larry Edmunds Bookshop on Tuesday, April 9th.

Debbie Reynolds

   Reynolds literary work, Unsinkable, is the definitive memoir by the film legend and Hollywood icon. The actress, comedienne, singer, and dancer shares the highs and lows of her life during Hollywood’s Golden Age; anecdotes about her lifelong friendship with Elizabeth Taylor; intimate details of her marriages and family life with her children, Carrie and Todd Fisher; and details on how she became the foremost collector of Hollywood memorabilia. Debbie Reynolds picks up where she left off in her first memoir, Debbie: My Life. The book is illustrated with previously unpublished photos from Reynolds’s personal collection. Signed copies will be available in the lobby starting at 6:30 PM.

   Prior to the screening, Debbie will be interviewed. The classic flicks to be shown: Singin’ in the Rain and Unsinkable Molly Brown (featuring her Oscar-nominated performance).

AC_logo_BW   This lively event is sponsored by American Cinematheque, the only public, alternative screening organization in town that offers such a wide variety of film & video programming from all over the world on a weekly basis. They partnered with the Community Redevelopment Agency to deveop the historic Egyptian Theatre along Hollywood Blvd. as a permanent home. This is a state-of-the-art location steeped in motion picture history.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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