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One Hour In Wonderland, 1950
Kathryn Beaumont, seen here in Walt Disney’s first television program, was the voice of Alice in Alice In Wonderland (1951) and Wendy in Peter Pan (1953).

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One Hour In Wonderland, 1950

Kathryn Beaumont, seen here in Walt Disney’s first television program, was the voice of Alice in Alice In Wonderland (1951) and Wendy in Peter Pan (1953).

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Adam’s Rib
“The movie’s line “Licorice, mmmm. If there’s anything I’m a sucker for, it’s licorice.” was voted as the #60 of “The 100 Greatest Movie Lines” by Premiere in 2007.”

Adam’s Rib

The movie’s line “Licorice, mmmm. If there’s anything I’m a sucker for, it’s licorice.” was voted as the #60 of “The 100 Greatest Movie Lines” by Premiere in 2007.”

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Adam’s Rib
“In her early monologue scene with Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday can be seen trembling. This was not acting, but nervousness. The inexperienced Judy Holliday was terrified of performing with Katharine Hepburn.”

Adam’s Rib

In her early monologue scene with Katharine Hepburn, Judy Holliday can be seen trembling. This was not acting, but nervousness. The inexperienced Judy Holliday was terrified of performing with Katharine Hepburn.”

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Adam’s Rib
"Katharine Hepburn reportedly urged director George Cukor to focus the camera on Judy Holliday during a number of their shared scenes, not only because she was a fan of the new-to-movies Holliday but because it was hoped the studios would see how terrific Holliday was and cast her as the lead in Born Yesterday, the role she’d created on Broadway. It worked.”

Adam’s Rib

"Katharine Hepburn reportedly urged director George Cukor to focus the camera on Judy Holliday during a number of their shared scenes, not only because she was a fan of the new-to-movies Holliday but because it was hoped the studios would see how terrific Holliday was and cast her as the lead in Born Yesterday, the role she’d created on Broadway. It worked.”

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Singin’ In The Rain
“The rain consisted of a mixture of water and milk so it would show up better on film but it caused Gene Kelly’s wool suit to shrink.”

Singin’ In The Rain

The rain consisted of a mixture of water and milk so it would show up better on film but it caused Gene Kelly’s wool suit to shrink.”

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Singin’ In The Rain
"Gene Kelly insulted Debbie Reynolds for not being able to dance. Fred Astaire, who was hanging around the studio, found her crying under a piano and helped her with her dancing.”

Singin’ In The Rain

"Gene Kelly insulted Debbie Reynolds for not being able to dance. Fred Astaire, who was hanging around the studio, found her crying under a piano and helped her with her dancing.”

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Singin’ In The Rain
“Only 19 when cast to play the film, Debbie Reynolds lived with her parents and commuted to the set. She had to wake up at 4:00 a.m. and ride three different buses to the studio; sometimes, to avoid the commute, she would just sleep on the set.”

Singin’ In The Rain

Only 19 when cast to play the film, Debbie Reynolds lived with her parents and commuted to the set. She had to wake up at 4:00 a.m. and ride three different buses to the studio; sometimes, to avoid the commute, she would just sleep on the set.”

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