Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Where the Wild Things Are (2013), Maurice Sendak: The Memorial Exhibition is a retrospective of original works by the late, great Maurice Sendak. The artwork is presented with heartfelt words from 50 extraordinary people, whose lives were all touched by this beloved author and illustrator.
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Judy Holliday re-creates her Broadway role of telephone operator Ella Peterson in Bells are Ringing. Ella works for Susanswerphone, a hole-in-the-wall answering service run by her cousin Sue (Jean Stapleton). Ella can't help but become involved in the lives of her customers, which leads to several interesting consequences, clashes with the police, bookies, and a blocked playwright (Dean Martin).
Judy Holliday is luminescent in this, her last...
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An angel helps a compassionate but despairingly frustrated businessman by showing what life would have been like if he never existed.
Runtime: 130 min.
Release Year: 1946
Director: Frank Capra
Cast: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore
(Director George Cukor, 1954, 86 minutes, b&w)
Gladys Glover (Judy Holliday) is an unsuccessful model and actress who believes that a jolt of publicity will do her career a world of good. She gets that publicity by renting a billboard in the middle of Manhattan, emblazoned with her name. As a result, Gladys is showered with endorsement by a gentleman named Evan Adams III (Peter Lawford). He becomes enamored with Gladys, which irritates her...