A nouveau riche couple are accepted in European society after being snubbed in Denver. Dandy adaptation of the Broadway show!
A backwoods girl strikes it rich in Colorado and crashes high society in The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) starring Debbie Reynolds.
Late 19th century Colorado, tomboy Molly (Debbie Reynolds) at home tangling some neighbor boys, her first number, by Meredith Willson, in the 1964 MGM production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, also starring Harve Presnell.
Just hired at Christmas Morgan's saloon in Leadville, Molly (Debbie Reynolds), without experience but expected to sing, discovers one of the signature tunes by Meredith Willson, choreography by Peter Gennaro, early in The Unsinkable Molly Brown, 1964.
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Debbie Reynolds ("Singin' in the Rain," "Mother") received an Oscar-nomination for her portrayal of a determined backwoods gal who aspires to become the wealthiest woman in Denver during the late 1800s. Not only does she succeed, she also survives the sinking of the Titanic! Nominated for six Oscars, including Best Score, this high-spirited musical classic is based on a true story. Also stars Oscar-winner Ed Begley ("Sweet Bird of Youth") and Oscar-nominee Hermione Baddeley (TV's "Maude").
Debbie Reynolds received an Oscar-nomination for her portrayal of a determined backwoods gal who aspires to become the wealthiest woman in Denver during the late 1800s.
Debbie Reynolds plays the title role, inviting all to Belly Up to the Bar, Boys for the whoop-and-holler film of Willson's 1960 Broadway hit.
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