I Could Go On Singing (1963) was a Drama - Musical Film directed by Ronald Neame and produced by Lawrence Turman, Stuart Millar, Saul Chaplin and Denis Holt.
THE 2ND ANNUAL BRITISH INVADERS BLOGATHON: I COULD GO ON SINGING ( 1963 )By Crystal Kalyana on Aug 3, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
This is my contribution for the British Invaders Blogathon. Please be sure to check out the other entries being exhibited during this event. Hollywood is known as the land of the movies, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that motion pictures that are made outside of California or the United S... Read full article
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Jenny Bowman: I'm ALWAYS a sell out.
Jenny Bowman: I can't be spread so thin, I'm just one person. I don't want to be rolled out like a pastry so everybody can get a nice big bite of me. I'm just me. I belong to myself. I can do whatever I damn well please with myself and nobody can ask any questions.
David Donne: Now you know that is not true, don't you?
Jenny Bowman: Well I'm not gonna do it anymore. And that's final! its just not worth all the deaths that I have to die.
Jenny Bowman: You think you can make me sing? Do you think you can - do you think George can make me sing? or Ida? You can get me there, sure, but can you make me sing? I sing for myself. I sing when I want to, whenever I want to, just for me. I sing for my own pleasure. Whenever I want - do you under stand that?
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Costume designer Edith Head was much criticized for the dreadful red dress Judy wears to sing "By Myself," but she insisted that she had not designed it or been asked to approve it.
Judy Garland's final film.
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