Deanna Durbin, at age 18, singing Franz Schubert's masterpiece. Here is what Schubert had to say about this song, in a letter to his father: "My new songs from Scott's 'Lady of the Lake' especially had much success. They also wondered greatly at my piety, which I expressed in a hymn to the Holy Virgin and which, it appears, grips every soul and turns it to devotion."
Deanna Durbin - Born Edna Mae Durbin at Grace Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. "Winnipeg's Golden Girl" - In 1945 and 1947, Deanna Durbin was the top-salaried woman in the United States. Her fan club ranked as the world's largest during her active years.
Deanna Durbin, 1930s Child Star, Dies at 91 10:59 PM PDT 4/30/2013 by Duane Byrge When she retired at 28, the actress was the highest-paid woman in Hollywood -- and the world. Deanna Durbin, who attained worldwide popularity as a child star in the 1930s while starring in a series of musicals, has died. She was 91. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/deanna-durbin-1930s-child-star-449407
Deanna Durbin Sweetheart Pack (Three Smart Girls / Something In the Wind / First Love / It Started with Eve / Can't Help Singing / Lady on a Train) DVD ~ Deanna Durbin, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00023P4OC/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_6tqnqb1DYV7KH
Deanna Durbin, child-star and singer, who was awarded the Juvenile Academy Award at 17. Durbin appeared in numerous films during the 1930's and 1940's. Her first film debut with Judy Garland, in Every Sunday. Other films such as Three Smart Girls and 100 Men And A Girl. As she grew older she tired of the "girl-next-door" and began staring in films such as Christmas Holiday and Lady on a Train. Married producer-director, Charles Henri David in 1950 (his death, 1999). She was 91. (April…