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The Gazebo (1959) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by George Marshall and produced by Lawrence Weingarten.

Academy Awards 1959 --- Ceremony Number 32 (source: AMPAS)

Best Costume DesignHelen RoseNominated

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The Gazebo (1959): The Other Hitchcock Movie Hitchcock Didn’t Make

By 4 Star Film Fan on Dec 26, 2020 From 4 Star Films

If there’s any revelation from The Gazebo, it has to be the comic talents of Glenn Ford. Between his constant hypertension and exacerbated nerves, there’s a high-strung comic eccentricity present all but flying in the face of the persona Ford built his career on. The mind will quickly fl... Read full article

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This is the last black-and-white feature appearance by Debbie Reynolds, performing her final monochrome song and dance - "Something Called Love" (music by Walter Kent, lyrics by Walton Farrar).
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