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  1. Exactly. I would like to know too.
  2. Audrey doesn't sing in it at all.
  3. Oh gosh. All Mine to Give is probably the saddest movie I have ever seen. Ever. Even worse because it is a true story.
  4. Hi, [~LucyDesiJunieKate] Although I really love June in that movie, my favorite movie of hers has to be Little Women. She plays Jo so excellently. I think she is by far better than Katherine Hepburn's interpretation as Jo. She doesn't over-do it; she plays the sideways girlish tom-boy who does not want anything to change. It really is a reflection of a lot of people's views on growing up. What I love about this the most, and it actually makes the film a little more enjoyable, is that this role was actually her favorite one. Because you, not only see her acting talents showing through, but her enjoyment of it. Have you ever seen "Good News?" I had seen it several times before, but I only ever caught the ending of it and had never seen the movie all the way through, now that I have, I have to say that this movie is added to the list of my favorite movies. It pairs her and Lawford up once again! It is so good! If you ever get a chance, you should watch it! If I could ask June a question, I am not even sure what I would ask. She was so fantastic. I would probably ask her how she felt about Peter Lawford and playing his love interest several times! Even though she was several years older than him, but how lucky was she! I love Lawford. Sooo handsome.
  5. It was actually Marnie Nixon and Julie Andrews doing the singing parts. Sometimes, especially in the song, "show me," while she is singing to her admirer on the street as he is singing to her and she says "words, words, words, I'm so sick of words," you can actually clearly hear Julie Andrews singing that part very well. It makes sense for Julie to do the singing in several parts, as she did perform and play Eliza on stage.
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