|Three Little Words||Voice||Singing Voice of Debbie Reynolds||6|
|Paramount on Parade||Actor||Guest Star||7|
|Pennies From Heaven||1981||Song Performer||("I Want to Be Bad")||1|
|I Could Read the Sky||1999||Costume Designer||n/a||1|
|The Boy From Mercury||1995||Costumes||costume assistant||1|
|Crush Proof||1998||Costume Supervisor||n/a||1|
|The Sun, the Moon and the Stars||1995||Wardrobe||wardrobe mistress||1|
|Retired from show business|
|Filed suit against Fleischer Studios (lost suit in 1934)|
|Played the Palace again|
|Signed with Paramount, made six films (first was "Nothing But the Truth", last was "Heads Up!")|
|Stage debut in vaudeville|
|Played the Palace for the first time|
|Became a star singing at the Paramount in Times Square|
|Daniel Healy||Husband||married 1939 till her death|
|Max Hoffman Jr.||Husband|
|On the origin of Boop-Boop-a-Doop: "I just put it in at one of the rehearsals. A sort of interlude. It's hard to explain--I haven't explained it to myself yet. It's like vo-de-o-do, Crosby with boo-boo-boo or Durante with cha-cha-cha." --Helen Kane, quoted in 1930s newspaper interview|
|On her retirement: "I was tired worn out, and I quit. I could have gone on ... I worked too hard until I knocked myself out. It was crazy ... I was rich but I wasn't having any fun. Before I was famous I always had a good time." --Helen Kane, quoted in 1950s newspaper interview|
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