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Old 12-28-2016, 09:14 PM   #1
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I guess she just couldn't cope that her daughter had died.



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Old 12-28-2016, 09:21 PM   #2
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Just saw it on the news. It must be heartbreaking for their families.
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This is just so sad. God Bless her.
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Very very sad. Perhaps the loss of her beloved daughter was too much for her. Debbie was so ultra-talented and looked FANTASTIC. I know I'll really miss her.
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How awful and incredibly tragic. May she RIP.
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I always liked Debbie. One of my favorite classic movies was Singing in the Rain. She died from a broken heart. I guess the only consolation is that she and Carrie are together again.
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Old 12-28-2016, 11:49 PM   #8
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Always liked her, too. A lot of movies to think about, but "Bundle of Joy" sure stands out - she was pregnant while filming it. Carrie's film debut, instead of "Shampoo", perhaps.
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Rest in peace alongside your daughter, Debbie Reynolds
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Very sad, tragic for the family!Carrie and now Debbie esp. at the holidays! But they are together now for eternity! Debbie probably died of a broken heart over her daughter, so sad that this all happened!

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I posted this in the move section but it's probably better here:


About 15 years ago my aunt was on a flight from LA to Las Vegas. She happened to sit next to Debbie Reynolds. My aunt is a very talkative lady. The flight is only about 1/2 hour and she said that by the time the flight was over she and Debbie were best friends. Very sad to hear but not a huge shock. When something like this happens to someone they can lose the will to live very fast. I love old movies and Debbie's were a treat. I just wish they had gone in reverse order so Debbie wouldn't have had to suffer this.
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Debbie Reynolds’ Last Words: ‘I Want to Be with Carrie,’ Son Says

Debbie Reynolds, who died at the age of 84 on Wednesday, was only thinking about daughter Carrie Fisher in her final moments.



The Singin’ in the Rain icon told her son, Todd Fisher, hours before her stroke: “I miss her so much, I want to be with Carrie,” according to TMZ.



Todd also spoke to Variety, saying “She wanted to be with Carrie.”



Reynolds was at her and Fisher’s Beverly Hills property when she had to be rushed to the hospital for a possible stroke on Wednesday afternoon, PEOPLE confirmed.



Fisher died on Tuesday at the age of 60 after suffering a heart attack onboard a plane.

On Tuesday, Reynolds had taken to social media to thank fans for their support in the wake of her daughter’s death.



“Thank you to everyone who has embraced the gifts and talents of my beloved and amazing daughter,” Reynolds, 84, said on Facebook. “I am grateful for your thoughts and prayers that are now guiding her to her next stop.”



Reynolds had one of those classic Hollywood discovery stories. Born Mary Frances Reynolds in El Paso, Texas, to parents Maxine and Raymond, she moved with the family around age 7 to Burbank, California. It was in the Miss Burbank beauty pageant, when Reynolds was 16, that a talent scout from Warner Bros. discovered her and signed her to a contract with the powerhouse studio.



Asked what the turning point was in her career, Reynolds told PEOPLE in 2011, “Winning this contest, which was unusual. My suit came from the Salvation Army … I didn’t have high heels. There were talent scouts, and they thought I was a funny little kid. They took me to Warner Brothers and signed me up.”



Reynolds also took it upon herself to heal fractured relationships. After years of tension with daughter Carrie, the two had a rapprochement, maintaining a close relationship until Reynolds’ death. Reynolds even made up with Taylor, approaching her on the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship and rekindling a friendship of “many, many years,” she recalled. They starred together in the 2001 TV movie These Old Broads, written by Carrie.
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This is my favorite shot of Debbie, c. 1968. Vito Scotti is the lustful chef, and James Garner her startled husband:

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What do we know about son Todd. Married with children ??
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