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Auction Event June 18
“My lifetime dream has been to assemble and preserve the history of the Hollywood film industry. Hollywood has been an enormous part of my life as I know it has been for countless fans all over the world. This collection represents a lifetime of collecting Hollywood artifacts and this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Hollywood History for those who love the movies as much as I do. For the first time in nearly five decades, these iconic pieces will be made available to the public through a series of auctions presented by Profiles in History beginning in June 2011.”
The Paley Center for Media Los Angeles is proud to be the exclusive home for the Debbie Reynolds Hollywood Memorabilia Collection Auction & Auction Preview presented by Profiles in History.
Since making her film debut in 1950, legendary entertainer Debbie Reynolds has conquered all facets of media. From her iconic performances in film classics including Singin’ In the Rain and The Unsinkable Molly Brown (for which she received an Academy Award nomination as Best Actress), to her acclaimed television specials and international stage and concert performances, she remains one of the most enduring and admired performers of all time and one of the entertainment industry’s most avid preservationists.
This announcement should be connect to Face Book and Linked In. I would share it with all my friends.
Debbie Reynolds is the smartest girl in tinsel town. No one else was savvy enough to know that fashion is art. Ms. Reynolds did everything right to preserve our history.
I’m shocked that she has not found the funding for the museum. Have you tried Cheryl Saban or Candy Spelling? If you need an introduction please let me know.
Debbie Reynolds you the coolest chick in town. Keep your spirit high and your integrity even higher when it comes to parting with your collection.
Everyone helping you is amazing too.
Thank you for being you.
Karen Wondra Grisham
PS: How did your daughter survive with the rule… NO playing in Mothers closest? That rule would have killed me.