MARY, MARY
1963, Warner Bros., 126 min, USA, Dir: Mervyn LeRoy

Publisher Bob McKellaway (Barry Nelson) is forced to reconnect with his ex-wife Mary (Debbie Reynolds) in order to clear up some financial matters. Bob is uneasy about the reunion, but when Mary shows up Bob is shocked to see that she’s more attractive than ever – and before long both ex-lovers find themselves attempting to sabotage each others’ new romances.


SHOW GIRL IN HOLLYWOOD
1930, Warner Bros., 80 min, USA, Dir: Mervyn LeRoy

Alice White stars as "Dizzy" Dixie, a Broadway understudy who is lured out to Hollywood when a smooth-talking director promises her fame and fortune. But when Dixie, against the odds of the crummy empty promise that brought her to Hollywood, actually starts to get starring roles in the movies, her ego soars along with her paycheck. Featuring brilliant Technicolor musical sequences! With cameos by Al Jolson and Loretta Young.


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