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An Evening With Mitzi Gaynor, December 9, Regent Theatre, L.A.

  • CinemaRetro
By Todd Garbarini

The 60th anniversary of Walter Lang’s 1954 film There’s No Business Like Show Business, which stars Ethel Merman, Donald O’Connor, Marilyn Monroe, and Mitzi Gaynor, will be celebrated on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at the Regent Theatre in Los Angeles at 7:00 pm. Scheduled to appear at the screening in person is actress Mitzi Gaynor who played Katy Donahue in the film. From the press release:

There's No Business Like Show Business. This Cinemascope musical hit from 1954 (nominated for 3 Oscars®) chronicles the ups and downs of an Irish showbiz family over the course of many years. The outstanding ensemble cast includes Ethel Merman, Dan Dailey, Donald O'Connor, Mitzi Gaynor, Marilyn Monroe and Johnnie Ray. The music by Irving Berlin includes the title song performed by Ethel Merman, "Heat Wave" performed by Marilyn Monroe, "A Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody," "Alexander's Ragtime Band," and many other standards.
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Gaynor To Be Honoured With Mary Pickford Award At Satellites

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Gaynor To Be Honoured With Mary Pickford Award At Satellites
Actress/singer Mitzi Gaynor is to be honoured with the 2011 Mary Pickford Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Entertainment Industry at the 16th annual Satellite Awards in Beverly Hills next month.

The There's No Business Like Show Business and Anything Goes star, who made her acting debut aged 17 in My Blue Heaven opposite Betty Grable, turned 80 in September.

She says, "I am so very grateful to be able to work within an industry that I truly adore. To be recognised for that work, and to have it considered an outstanding contribution, well, I'm just over the moon with happiness, and especially with thanks."

Throughout her long career, the South Pacific star has appeared onscreen alongside the likes of movie legends Marilyn Monroe, Bing Crosby, Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Yul Brynner and Kirk Douglas.

She also made a name for herself as a Las Vegas regular in the 1960s after wowing fans with her spectacular nightclub revue at the Flamingo Hotel.

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