Top Deanna Durbin Albums
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Those Were the Days
Those Were the Days
[2013]
Kiss Me Again
Kiss Me Again
[2013]
Legends
Legends
[2013]
Deanna Durbin: 20 Famous Melodies
Deanna Durbin: 20 Famous Melodies
[2012]
Legends - Deanna Durbin
Legends - Deanna Durbin
[2012]
A Musical Portrait of Deanna Durbin
A Musical Portrait of Deanna Durbin
[2011]
Love's Old Sweet Song
Love's Old Sweet Song
[2011]
Memories
Memories
[2011]
A Date With Deanna Durbin, Vol. 2
A Date With Deanna Durbin, Vol. 2
[2011]
Ave Maria
Ave Maria
[2011]
Six Pack: Deanna Durbin - EP
Six Pack: Deanna Durbin - EP
[2011]
Can't Help Singing
Can't Help Singing
[2010]
It's a Date
It's a Date
[2010]
Music From Films
Music From Films
[2010]
Deanna Durbin
Deanna Durbin
[2009]
Mad About Music - Rarities & Gems
Mad About Music - Rarities & Gems
[2008]
Sweetheart of Song
Sweetheart of Song
[2008]
My Own
My Own
[2008]
From Deanna to You
From Deanna to You
[2008]
Diamond Master Series: Deanna Durbin
Diamond Master Series: Deanna Durbin
[2007]
Deanna Durbin: Classic Years
Deanna Durbin: Classic Years
[2006]
Always
Always
[2001]
Related Information for Deanna Durbin
Deanna Durbin (born Edna Mae Durbin on December 4, 1921, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, to English immigrant parents) was a popular young singer and actress in Hollywood films of the 1930s and 1940s.Changing her name to Deanna Durbin at the commencement of her career, Durbin signed a contract with MGM in 1935 and made her first film appearance in a short subject Every Sunday with another contractee, Judy Garland.Durbin was released from her contract shortly thereafter as studio executive Louis B. Mayer felt he did not need two young female singers under contract. Hollywood legend has recorded that he instructed his staff to "drop the fat one" and that they had dismissed Durbin, misunderstanding that Mayer had in fact... read more