In this 1963 publicity photo, Debbie Reynolds is seen modeling one of the many beautiful dresses designed by William Travilla for the film Mary, Mary. Travilla should have released a special line of clothing for department stores with each dress copying a style seen in his most recent films. They would have been big sellers at Sears!
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I love this movie and watch it anytime it’s shown on tv: I think that Diane McBain and Michael Rennie steal the show from Debbie Reynolds and Barry Nelson. And may I say that I love the apartment😀ReplyDelete
This is one of the few Debbie Reynolds films I have not seen yet, so I'm glad to hear you enjoy it! McBain and Rennie steal scenes? That I have to see! Tonight I will be starting "The Rat Race" with Debbie and Tony Curtis...that's another film that is rarely shown on television.Delete
TCM has shown it a few times over the years and I try to see it when shown. And it’s my opinion that Michael Rennie is the best thing in the movie swiftly followed by Diane. Ronnie’s character is very amusing as a movie star who wants to be a writer. I always get the sense that Debbie is not comfortable in the role of Mary. Let me/us know what you think once you’ve seen it.ReplyDelete