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Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds
Real name
Mary Frances Reynolds
Born
April 1, 1932
Died
December 28, 2016
Country
United States
Comments
Most famous as an actress, Reynolds was also a singer. Her daughter, Carrie Fisher (1956-2016), became an icon when she starred as Princess Leia in the original Star Wars trilogy.
Family
Eddie Fisher Spouse (1955-1959)

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
April 1958 (6 artists)
1963 (3 artists)
1966 (2 artists)
1973 Bruce Forsyth
1973 Barbara Cook
(2 artists)
(114 artists)
(84 artists)

Covers by Debbie Reynolds

Title Performer Release date Originally by
November 1950 Collins and Harlan
November 1950 Elizabeth Brice
March 1952 Gene Raymond
March 1952 Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney
March 1952 Archie Bleyer and His Orchestra
1954 Jane Powell and Ensemble
1954 Jane Powell and Ensemble
October 1955 Debbie Reynolds
June 1957 Debbie Reynolds
November 1957 Mitch Miller
September 1959 Carl Belew
1959 Maureen Cannon
1959 Tony Martin & Yvonne DeCarlo
1959 Brice Hutchins, Vivian Janis
1959 Rosemary O'Reilly, Robert Clary & Eartha Kitt
1959 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Scrappy Lambert
1959 Valaida & Dee Lloyd McKaye
1959 Bob Haring & His Orchestra
1959 Eva Puck and Sam White
1959 Margaret Whiting with Frank De Vol and His Orchestra
1959 Irene Dunne
1959 Louis Prima and His Orchestra - Vocal by Louis Prima
March 1960 Bill Anderson
June 1960 Collins and Harlan
October 1960 The Street Singer (Arthur Tracy)
1960 Arthur West
1960 Larry Adler, Buddy Ebsen, Vilma Ebsen, Monette Moore
1960 Joe Cook and Alice Boulden
1960 Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
1960 Phyllis Cleveland and Skeets Gallagher
1960 Ethel Merman
1960 Hotel Pennsylvania Music
1960 Ona Munson and Jack Whiting
1960 James Baskett
(The Answer to) You Better Move On Debbie Reynolds February 1962 Unverified
November 1963 Anita Alvarez & David Wayne
November 1963 Sam Levene, Vivian Blaine
November 1963 Vivian Blaine
1963 (unknown)
Covered by (3 artists)
1963 Norfolk Jazz Quartette
1964 Tammy Grimes, Sterling Clark, Bob Daley, Bill Starr
1966 Sœur Sourire, Mary Ford
1973 Edith Day
1973 (unknown), Harry Fox
1996 Archie Bleyer and His Orchestra, The Rounders [US1]
1996 The Rounders [US1]
1996 Jeanette MacDonald
Bing Crosby with Frank De Vol and His Orch.

Releases

Albums

Singles

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