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Other Works

  • (1951) Single: "Aba Daba Honeymoon" (MGM Records).
  • (1977) TV commercial: Singer Sewing Machines.
  • (1960s) Appeared in the very first American Scopitone video (which played in a video jukebox) singing "If I Had a Hammer."
  • (7/74-8/74) Stage: Appeared (as Herself) in "Miss Debbie Reynolds" at the London Palladium in London, England, with her entire company from Las Vegas, NV, including daughter Carrie Fisher.
  • (1973) Stage: Appeared (as "Irene O'Dare") in "Irene" on Broadway. Musical comedy (revival). Music by Harry Tierney. Lyrics by Joseph McCarthy. Additional lyrics by Charles Gaynor, Otis Clements and Jack Lloyd. Additional music by Charles Gaynor and Otis Clements. Book by Hugh Wheeler and Joseph Stein. Book from an adaptation by Harry Rigby. Based on the original play by James Montgomery. Music / Vocal Direction: Jack Lee. Music orchestrated by Ralph Burns. Dance arrangements / Incidental music by Wally Harper. Musical Staging by Peter Gennaro. Production Design / Costume Design by Raoul Pene Du Bois. Vocal Consultant to Debbie Reynolds: Nora Dunfee. Miss Reynolds' costumes by Irene Sharaff. Lighting Design by David F. Segal. Sound Design by Tony Alloy. Directed by Gower Champion. Minskoff Theatre: 13 Mar 1973-8 Sep 1974 (594 performances + 13 previews that began on 1 Mar 1973). Cast: George S. Irving (as "Madame Lucy"), Patsy Kelly (as "Mrs. O'Dare"), Monte Markham (as "Donald Marshall"), Ruth Warrick (as "Emmeline Marshall"; final Broadway role), Carmen Alvarez (as "Helen McFudd"), Meg Bussert (as "Debutante"), Trudy Carson (as "Debutante"), Paul Charles (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Arlene Columbo (as "Debutante"), Dennis Edenfield (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), David Evans (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Carrie Fisher (as "Debutante"), Bob Freschi (as "Clarkson"/ "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Dorothy Wyn Gehgan (as "Debutante"), John Hamilton (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Bruce Lea (as "Jimmy O'Flaherty" / "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Frances Ruth Lea (as "Debutante" / "Swing Dancer"), Jeanne Lehman (as "Debutante"), Joe Lorden (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Bryan Nicholas (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Kate O'Brady (as "Arabella Thornsworthy" / "Debutante"), Julie Pars (as "Debutante"), Pamela Peadon (as "Debutante"), Ted Pugh (as "Ozzie Babson"), Robert Rayow (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Dennis Roth (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Kenn Scalice (as "Ninth Avenue Fella" / "Swing Dancer"), Ron Schwinn (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Janie Sell (as "Jane Burke"), David Steele (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Albert Stephenson (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Pat Trott (as "Debutante"), Sandra Voris (as "Debutante"), Jeanette Williamson (as "Debutante"), Penny Worth (as "Debutante"). Replacement cast: Don Bonnell (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Ralph Braun (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Arlene Columbo (as "Swing Dancer"), Hans Conried (as "Madame Lucy"), Christy Curtis (as "Debutante"), Linda Edelman (as "Debutante"), Judy Endacott (as "Debutante"), Mary Flowers (as "Debutante"), Gary Gendell (as "Ninth Avenue Fella" / "Swing Dancer"), Bette Glenn (as "Debutante"), Olivia Hahn (as "Debutante"), Ron Husmann (as "Donald Marshall") [from 31 May 1973-?], Stephanie James (as "Debutante"), J.J. Jepson (as "Jimmy O'Flaherty" / "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Patti Karr (as "Helen McFudd"), Marybeth Kurdock (as "Debutante"), Bobbi Lange (as "Debutante"), Merilee Magnuson (as "Debutante") [circa. Aug 1974-8 Sep 1974], Mary McCarty (as "Mrs. O'Dare") [from 2 Aug 1973-?], Jacqueline Payne (as "Debutante"), Stan Picus (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Jane Powell (as "Irene O'Dare") [from 6 Feb 1974-?], Kathryn Sandy (as "Debutante"), Steve Short (as "Ninth Avenue Fella"), Karen Weeden (as "Jane Burke"), Penny Worth (as "Helen McFudd"). Produced by Harry Rigby, Albert W. Selden and Jerome Minskoff. Associate Producer: Steven Beckler.
  • (9/9/76) Appeared on "AM New York", a daytime television talk program.
  • (11/2/82) Guest on the talk program "Tom Cottle: Up Close".
  • (10/31/88) Guest on "Good Day!".
  • (1960) Single: "Am I That Easy to Forget?" (Dot Records).
  • (1958) Single: "A Very Special Love" (Coral Records).
  • (1960) Single: "City Lights" (Dot Records).
  • (1957) Single: "Tammy" (Coral Records).
  • (9/8/52) Radio: Appeared in a "Radio Theatre" broadcast of "Two Weeks with Love".

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