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May 04, 2014
Debbie, the first time I saw you in a movie was Two Weeks With Love, with you, Carlton Carpenter, Ricardo Montalban and Jane Powell. I still have the 45 I bought of you and Carlton singing Abba Dabba Honeymoon. Next time I saw you was in the Chicago area where we lived I think it was 1967, when you came to our picnic and then all my neighborhood was invited to a theater in Chicago (forgot the name) to see Divorce, American Style with Dick Van Dyke. You were on stage to talk to the audience. Then I saw you in Las Vegas once some years ago on stage. I wish I had been able to meet you! You have always been a hero of mine, especially after reading the issues you have faced and come through. Bless your heart!
May 02, 2014
I watch iIt started with a kiss yesterday, I loved you and Glen together. Thanks for all the movies and happiness you brought to all our lives. Hugs E
May 01, 2014
Everyone knows that “Singin’ in the Rain” is my number one favorite movie of all time! Thank you for saving so much of our motion picture history. I will be trying my best to attend the auction on that Sunday, to maybe come home with a bit of movie magic history. Wishing you many years of joy for all that you have given us!
You were always a favorite actress of mine, and when i grew up i married into a family that was close to you…You are an amazing woman, loving, kind, always working hard so you could take care of the many people around you! I think you were the best thing that ever happened to Grampa. Now that they are all gone, I am pretty much the only one left to say THANK YOU DEBBIE, AND GOD BLESS.
aww I love your films Debbie! I love Tammy, & susan slept here….and the one with you and eddie, where the baby was put on your doorstep, sorry I forgot the name of it. I love singing ‘good morning’. you so remind me of my mother when she was young, she loved to sing! I loved the movie ‘mother’…my mom was like her..i still watch old movies when I can! love you Debbie!
my favorite movie is of course & always will b tammy & the bachelor !?
April 30, 2014
Thank you Debbie for the music and dancing on celluloid. Singing in the rain is my favorite.lKeeping the Faith is another wonderful move. Love you forever and kisses.sian
You are an inspiration to others. You picked yourself up, brushed yourself off and worked hard to survive. You give others a good example on never giving up. Thank you
April 29, 2014
Debbie. You are my best actress ever!! I was a teenager when I saw you in Susan Slept Here!! I have loved you ever sinse! I think that was 1957—-I’m 76 now!! I would love to see you in person, just once!! You were in Muncie, Ind. once!! That is where I live! Some how I missed you! Come back!!
I have watched your movies, t.v. shows, and listen to you sing, you are a wonderful person in side and out, i admire the love you have for animals, you are forever in my heart, i hope i continue to grow old still getting to hear your songs in my ears.
Both my husband and i grew up on your movies. You are the only actress my husband truly enjoys watching you . He hates musicals, but not you, we could watch everyday. Thank You for all your entertainment.
I love to watch your movies. My daughter and granddaughter share the same birthday with you.
I love your movies Debbie :) my favorite is “What’s The Matter With Helen?” you looked great in the film Adele Stewart sure went through alot with Helen (Shelly Winters) , i still love this great film :)
Dear Debbie , Best wishes in the future. Your dedication and contribution to the film industry will go un matched. Thanks for preserving our heritage. The American Film!
I went to your book signing at The Grove last year. I had three books signed by you and a lovely photo op for me too. Indeed thanks for the memories…
Roger K. Briggs
I was only about twelve years old when my grandmother took me to a drive-in movie to see “Tammy and the Bachelor”, and I will never forget how much I enjoyed you and loved you. I begged for a Tammy Doll for Christmas and when I received her I was in heaven. I have always been and will continue to be a huge fan of yours. I wish I could afford to bid on something but I have my memories and movies…..Love you.
I have always been a Huge Fan of yours always watched all your Movies. You are always so Good and Love your Voice just so Beautiful just like you
April 27, 2014
Love you….I hate that you dream never happened…I’ve meet you twice. God Bless You Debbie….Love & Respect Keith Sunde
I was named after you. My mother adored you, watching all of your movies/shows.
You are an amazing, strong, highly intelligent, extremely talented and hardworking lady!
I am honored to have been named after you! May God Bless You and Keep You!
Love to you and your beautiful family!
Sincerely, Debbie Fisher-Orton.
April 26, 2014
Such a wonderful breathtaking collection. As a Hollywood memorabilia collector.
I want to thank you for all the love you put into trying to preserve MGM’s collection. I do hope a museum will be able to buy significant pieces and try to continue your legacy. You are a Dear and Living Legend Debbie. God Bless and Good Luck on your auction .
April 25, 2014
I always wanted to meet you.years ago i bought a 45 record lullary in blue with you and eddie fisher singing
It was an amazing experience to have met you @ Carrie’s house during the production of
“Conversation with Carrie”. Good luck with the auction, I know it will be a success.
April 24, 2014
Although I’d die for that “Kane” coat (something I can only dream of since I’m a pauper), I wish you all the best. Make tons of money and I hope all of this wonderful memorabilia goes to those who treasure each and every item. This world was given a true blessing in you, your art and talent Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the riches you’ve given us.
I wish you luck with your auction, I hope everything finds loving homes. The items you collected are international treasures. I am shocked someone didn’t buy everything and keep a museum. You too are a treasure.
Was born in 1954, was also named after you. love you all your movies. Unsinkable Molly Brown. How th West was Won, Tammy, Singing Nun, Goodbye Charlie, my 6 loves, Divorce American Style some of my favorites. You are a national treasure. God Bless you & your family, wish you great success on your auction.
I was named after you and grew up with all your movies love them all and still watch them on GNC ABADABDABA TO YOU XO
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