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Debbie Reynolds and the Sound of Children (1969)

Debbie Reynolds and hundreds of children, from toddlers to teens, star in a musical salute to the days of the week. They sing rhymes for each day, and note the special qualities attributed to children born on that day.

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A musical and visual adaptation of the familiar rhyme which starts "Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace..." and continues to identify children's qualities connected with the seven days of the week. The show, conceived by Portia Nelson, features music that ranges from pop & rock to vaudeville and spiritual with Nelson providing special music & lyrics. Written by justplainbill

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6 November 1969 (USA)  »

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The children in this film were from La Jolla Country Day School, La Jolla, California. Filming took about a week. See more »

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TV show The Sound of Children
23 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Debbie Reynolds taped this TV show when I was 13 years of age. I remember many children and her letting me be in it that day and not having to go to school. The day I was in the show they were shooting in San Diego , in a location I think called the Cove. It was high on a cliff looking out over the ocean. There was a suffer down there

and then there was a shark spotted. I don't remember if the camera crew filmed the suffer in harms way or not. I will tell you one thing , I never went swimming in the Pacific Ocean after seeing the sharks that day. That was the first time my step-mother let me be in her show. Maybe she just wanted company in the car for the drive down. I'm sure she gave me no mention and I was just one out of many children in it. It was no big deal to her or anyone else but to me as a child I will never forget it. Thank you Ms. Reynolds for giving me one fun day .


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