Shar Wilson introduced me to her very dear friend, . Shar and Debbie worked together many times.
I had the privilege of being invited to perform at Debbie’s intimate show lounge one afternoon. She was very, very nice and a fellow Burbank High student. When I threw a pack of cards (difficult with a 45 ft. ceiling) on her hand-painted ornate, inlaid domed ceiling with the spectator’s card sticking to the ceiling, she said in a joking manner, “You have ruined my $50,000 work of art!l” I have a wonderful memento of that day and I always think of Debbie when I perform the effect. We will all miss Debbie Reynolds, and her daughter. Respectfully, Geno