Monday, July 01, 2002


Clooney's movie roles

        • The Stars are Singing, 1952: A musical revue starring Anna Maria Alberghetti as a contestant on a television talent show.

        • Here Come the Girls 1953: Co-stars with Bob Hope, whose character becomes involved with a killer on the loose. Available on VHS ($14.95).

        Red Garters, 1954: A stylized musical Western that co-starred Buddy Ebsen, Gene Barry and Jack Carson. On VHS ($9.95).

        • White Christmas, 1954: Starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Vera-Ellen. A lush Technicolor musical remake of 1942's Holiday Inn. This was her last role in a major film and remains immensely popular. Available on both DVD ($29.98) and VHS ($9.98).

        • Deep In My Heart,1954: She had a small role in this film about composer Sigmund Romberg that starred husband Jose Ferrer.

        • Radioland Murders, 1994: She made a cameo appearance in this movie about the opening night of a Chicago radio network in 1939.

Also on video

        • Michael Feinstein & Friends ($24.95; VHS) features Rosie singing with Mr. Feinstein and the Duke Ellington Orchestra.

        • Several other Rosie-related videos are currently out-of-print. You might be able to find them at video stores and Internet dealers:

        • Rosemary Clooney: Demi-Centennial (A&E Entertainment)

        • Martin & Lewis With Rosemary Clooney (Front Row Video).

        • Jo Stafford With Rosemary Clooney, (Action Music).

        • The Rosemary Clooney Story (Live Home Video) was a TV movie starring Sondra Locke.


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