1960 Photo Shoot Debbie Reynolds & Harry Karl

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1960 Photo Shoot Debbie Reynolds, Harry Karl, And KIDS, With  Original Negatives

Here are 2 Photo Contact prints of a Photo Shoot in the early  1960s. There are some stars, Debbie and 2nd Husband Harry Karl. Debbie and Harry  are at a party or a night club. The other photos are of Debbie's Son Todd play  on a fire engine and in a park. These have the original negatives and are  provably at this point one of a kind photos.

Reynolds was married three times. Her first marriage was to  singer Eddie Fisher in 1955. They became the parents of Carrie (1956–2016) and  Todd Fisher (1958–). The couple divorced in 1959 when Fisher had an affair with  Elizabeth Taylor shortly after the death of Taylor's husband Mike Todd; Taylor  and Reynolds were good friends at the time. The Eddie Fisher – Elizabeth Taylor  affair was a great public scandal, which led to the cancellation of Eddie  Fisher's television show.

Reynolds' second marriage, to millionaire businessman Harry Karl,  lasted from 1960 to 1973. For a period during the 1960s, she stopped working at  the studio on Friday afternoons to attend Girl Scout meetings, since she was the  leader of the Girl Scout Troop of which her 13-year-old daughter Carrie and her  stepdaughter Tina Karl, also 13, were members. Reynolds later found herself in  financial difficulty because of Karl's gambling and bad investments.

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