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Ruby Keeler

Ruby Keeler

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  • "The precious jewel that Ruby is"

    • GaryB
    • 2006-12-18

    That is what Buddy Ebsen wrote in a poem remembering his first sight of Ruby Keeler. It may be true that she was not the greatest actress or dancer, but she certainly had an incredible appeal that can still be seen, thanks to the few movies she made. I never get tired of watching her.

  • A charmer, in her way, if not a great talent

    • David
    • 2006-05-26

    A charmer, in her way, likeable and sweet, a true trouper if not a great talent. She was lucky enough to appear in three delightful, landmark 1933 Busby Berkeley musicals and she embodied the "good girl makes good" idea that clearly spoke to Great Depression audiences. She could be hopeless, I suppose, but one can't help but like her in a way. Her short tap duet with Cagney (who is the better dancer) in "Footlight Parade" is fun.

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    • K. Bartley
    • 2006-04-29

    I have seen several of her films and think she did a good job in all of them. I would like to more on T.C.M.at anytime.

  • All her films are great

    • Kenneth Bartley
    • 2006-03-18

    All of Ruby Keelers films are great.Good actress,good dancer,good looking.I just wish that you can put all of her films on Turner Classis Movies in the near future. Have a Ruby Keeler festival.If this can be arranged I will sit in front of the television untill they have run their course. Ruby Keeler is a double of a girl I knew in San Diego 60 years ago. Thank you. Rerun all of her movies.

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