Nov 18, 2020

By Andy Johnson

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For years she was snubbed by the Academy Awards Museum which continuously turned up its nose at her fabled costume collection.  Now, “Singing in the Rain Star,” Debbie Reynolds is finally getting her due.

Reynold’s son, Todd Fisher, who inherited what’s left of his mother’s collection, says there is magic in every thread especially since the clothes appeared with the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Judy Garland.
The Academy turned Reynolds down five times, but with the 482 million dollars David Giffen Centre set to upen April 30th, the museum is finally interested.
It wants the iconic costumes Reynolds wore “Singin’ in the Rain” as well as “Star Wars” memorabilia owned by the late Carrie Fisher, Debbie’s daughter and Todd’s sister
Reynolds died four years ago at the age of 84.  Fisher died four years ago at the age of 60.
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