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Comment by joe on August 15, 2016 at 6:25pm

The first movie I ever saw Gloria in was two girls and a sailor.As soon as I saw her it was like wow!! Then I heard her sing,double wow.We shall miss her.

Comment by Rodolfo (Rudy) Carreon on August 3, 2016 at 11:17pm

Such a beautiful and talented actress.  I truly enjoyed all her musicals and comedies, especially during the WWII era.    She did very well at dramatic roles also.  One of my favorite dramatic roles was in "Doctor and the Girl" (1949) which also starred Glenn Ford and Janet Leigh.  That movie also starred 'Nancy Davis' in a supporting role.  I wondered if Olivia de Havilland and Gloria ever performed together?  Turns out that they never did.  Gloria was at MGM and Olivia at Warners.  Gloria had a long successful career and will be greatly missed.

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