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DEBBIE REYNOLDS (voice of Lulu Pickles), a star of more than thirty motion pic tures, two Broadway shows, two TV series, as well as dozens of television appearances, has been in show business for 50 incredible years. Born Mary Frances Reynolds on April Fool's Day, l932 in El Paso, Texas, she moved with her parents and brother to Burbank, California when she was eight years old. An enthusiastic and highly energetic child, she excelled in sports, particularly sandlot baseball, Girl Scouts, baton twirling and in music where her specialty was the French horn.

Reynolds made her screen debut with June Haver and James Barton in "The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady." Her first big break came in an MGM musical starring Fred Astaire and Red Skelton, "Three Little Words," in which she portrayed Helen Kane, the "Boop-boop-a-doop" girl of the late 1930s.

Over a ten year period, Reynolds made more than twenty-five films including "Singing in the Rain," "How The West Was Won," "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (for which she was nominated for an Oscar), "Susan Slept Here," "The Tender Trap," "Tammy and The Bachelor," "The Pleasure Of His Company," "Mary, Mary," "Divorce American Style" and "Goodbye Charlie."


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