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Debbie Reynolds passed away on Wednesday following a long, accomplished career as the star of such films as "Singin' in the Rain" and "The Unsinkable Molly Brown."
"Three Little Words" (1950)
Reynolds was just 18 when she had a small but notable role in this Fred Astaire musical.
"Two Weeks With Love" (1950)
Just a year before Reynolds' character played the French horn in this Ricardo Montalban film, she was playing French horn in her high school band in real life.
"Singin' in the Rain" (1952)
The now-famous "Good Morning" number with Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly took 15 hours to shoot, which Reynolds later went on to say resulted in her bleeding feet.
"Susan Slept Here" (1954)
Years later, Reynolds confessed she had "a mad crush" on her leading man, Dick Powell (pictured).
"The Tender Trap" (1955)
Frank Sinatra is the object of Reynolds' affection in this MGM hit, which earned $4.5 million in the box office -- big money in 1955.
"The Catered Affair" (1956)
This dramedy from Paddy Chayefsky and Gore Vidal had Reynolds starring as the daughter of Bette Davis (pictured) and Ernest Borgnine.
"Bundle of Joy" (1956)
This romantic comedy starred Reynolds' real life husband, Eddie Fisher. At the time of filming, Reynolds was pregnant with their daughter, Carrie Fisher.
"Tammy and the Bachelor" (1957)
A 24-year-old Reynolds plays the 17-year-old Tammy -- and the "bachelor" she's in love with is played by Leslie Nielsen of "Airplane!" fame.
"How the West Was Won" (1962)
MGM went all-in on this all-star-cast epic, that told the tale of the West from 1839-1889.
(pictured with George Peppard and Carolyn Jones)
"The Unsinkable Molly Brown" (1964)
The fictionalized (and set to music) account of the back woods tomboy who married for love, became a millionaire and survived the 1912 sinking of the RMS Titanic.
Reynolds was nominated for an Academy Award for this film, which was her personal favorite.
(pictured with Harve Presnell)
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"Goodbye Charlie" (1964)
This Vincente Minnelli-directed comedy has Reynolds playing a no-good womanizer who is reincarnated as a shapely blonde.
"The Singing Nun" (1966)
The biography of Dominican nun Sister Ann, who went on to get a No. 1 pop hit with the song "Dominique."
This comedy written by, directed by and starring Albert Brooks tells the story of a neurotic writer who moves back in with his, you guessed it, mother.
Reynolds went on to get a Golden Globe nomination for her performance.
Reynolds plays a witch in the Disney Channel's original film and the three sequels that followed.
"Will & Grace" (2000)
Reynolds put her comedic skills to good use in the recurring role of Grace's overly theatrical mother Bobbi.
HBO Documentary Films
"Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds" (2016)
It's both ironic and heartbreaking that mother and daughter stars Reynolds and Fisher -- who died one day apart -- would share the screen in their last film appearances.
The HBO documentary about the evolution of their relationship premiered at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival and will air on HBO in Jan. 7.