Donzaleigh Abernathy


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Singin' In The Rain (1952) - Dignity, Always Dignity Dora (Madge Blake) the M-C, sidekick Cosmo (Donald O’Connor) already in place, co-director Gene Kelly (as matinee idol Don Lockwood), with Jean Hagen, silent for now (as co-star Lina), launches the biography bit, song by Al Hoffman and Al Goodhart, from the opening to MGM’s Singin’ In The Rain, 1952.
Devil In A Blue Dress (1995) - My Adopted Son, Jesus In 1948 L-A, Ezekiel “Easy” Rawlins (Denzel Washington), after being beaten up by police over the murder of his one-night stand Coretta, gets an offer from mayoral candidate Terell (Maury Chaykin), who has questions, including some about the missing girlfriend of the other candidate, whom he’s been hired to find, in Devil In A Blue Dress, 1995.
Story Of Women (1989) - I Need To Have Fun Following the opening credits, Cherbourg, occupied France, 1943, Marie-Louise (Isabelle Huppert) returns home with her children, meeting friend Ginette (Marie Bunel) on the stairs and later friend Rachel (Myriam David) on the town, in director Claude Chabrol's fact-based Story Of Women, 1989.
Days Of Being Wild (1990) -- You'll See Me For Sure The first part of director Wong Kar-Wai's opening, introducing Maggie Cheung (as So-Lai) and Leslie Cheung (as "York," a.k.a "Yuddy"), in 1960 Hong Kong, opening the first film in his celebrated and semi-formal trilogy, Days Of Being Wild, 1990.
Days Of Being Wild (1990) -- Your Mother Drank Too Much The first scene for York/Yuddy (Leslie Cheung) without his lover, in 1960 Hong Kong, in which he rescues his prostitute "mother" (Rebecca Pan), beats up her abusive lover (Danilo Antunes), and meets his date, dancer Mimi (Carina Lau), in Wong Kar-Wai's Days Of Being Wild, 1990.
Days Of Being Wild (1990) -- A Girl Downstairs Hong Kong policeman "Tide" (Andy Lau) emerging as a character here as distraught So-Lai (Maggie Cheung) arrives to pick up her stuff from her now ex-lover York/Yuddy (Leslie Cheung), who has less-dignified Mimi (Carina Lau) waiting upstairs, in Wong Kar-Wai's Days Of Being Wild, 1990.

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