Cinema: The Second Time Around

Debbie Rides Again

(20th Century—Fox). Debbie Reynolds, who at 29 is known in show business as the world's oldest teenager, first found fame at 16, when she became a drum majorette at John Burroughs High School in Burbank, Calif. Friends say she doesn't look a day older; enemies say she doesn't act a day older. But in twelve years and 26 films the little lady—she stands 5 ft. 1½ in., weighs 100 Ibs.—has developed, by sheer work and sheer nylons, into an effective hoofer and a get-by ballad-belter. And in recent films she has...

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