Sang on the soundtrack album of Show Boat
(1951) (MGM Records). NOTE: Although she sang on the album, she did not sing in the film.
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I really had very little to contribute, so I played a lot of hatcheck girls, and did mob scenes, extra scenes, dancing scenes, just to have the experience of being on a set. I spent years at that. If the studio wanted a photograph to advertise a film they'd say, 'Who is it that has a good pair of legs and a good pair of breasts and is pretty and not working?' And it was always Ava because she was...
She sang in her own voice for The Killers
(1946) but in all MGM films her singing voice was dubbed (much to her disgust).
The Christmas Eve Girl