Funeral service for Rita Hayworth was on May 19, 1987, at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills, California. Pallbearers included actors Ricardo Montalbán, Glenn Ford, Don Ameche... See full summary »

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Funeral service for Rita Hayworth was on May 19, 1987, at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills, California. Pallbearers included actors Ricardo Montalbán, Glenn Ford, Don Ameche, agent Budd Burton Moss, and the choreographer Hermes Pan. More than 500 mourners, including film greats, fans, relatives and friends, crowded into the Church to hear Rita Hayworth eulogized as a "sweet, kind, gentle lady" who was actually shy away from the cameras. This recollection of Miss Hayworth, was given by Jane Withers, a child actress in the 1930s and a friend of Miss Hayworth. Internment was at Holy Cross Cemetery in Culver City, California. Miss Hayworth's daughters, Rebecca Welles and Princess Yasmin, walked behind the coffin.

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17 July 1994 (USA)  »

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Carreras Domingo Pavarotti with Mehta: The 3 Tenors, In Concert 1994  »

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Three For The Price Of One, But I Still Prefer Bocelli
16 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This tape (now DVD) features three of the most famous opera singers of their day. In this concert, they perform individually and collectively. At least two of these three, maybe all three, are considered by some as technically better singers than Andrea Bocelli, but I'll take the latter. I mention him because listening to him got me interested enough in watching this concert.

It's almost two hour hours of music so if you like these gentlemen, you certainly get your money's worth out of this tape (now disc). I found it somewhat boring, but I am not an opera fan and I take nothing away from the great talents of these singers. The lack of colorful or exciting visuals dampened my enthusiasm somewhat. It's just straight camera shots of the guys singing, nothing special to make you watch this. It's just as well being a CD where you can do something while you listen.

Filmed in Los Angeles, two big stars were seated in the front row and the boys did a special number for each: "My Way," for Frank Sintra, and "Singin' In the Rain," for Gene Kelly. The latter didn't look good, sad to say, and died within two years of this taping.

Overall, I would suggest to buy the CD instead.


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