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Encyclopedia > Bells Are Ringing

Bells Are Ringing was a romantic comedy film was released in 1960 and was directed by Vincente Minnelli. It starred popular film actress of the fifties Judy Holliday alongside Dean Martin. The storyline follows Holliday's character "Ella Peterson", a telephone operator in contemporary America, who falls in love with one of her clients.



Cast

  • Judy Holliday .... Ella Peterson
  • Dean Martin .... Jeffrey Moss
  • Fred Clark .... Larry Hastings
  • Eddie Foy Jr. .... J. Otto Prantz
  • Jean Stapleton .... Sue
  • Ruth Storey .... Gwynne
  • Dort Clark .... Insp. Barnes
  • Frank Gorshin .... Blake Barton
  • Ralph Roberts .... Francis
  • Valerie Allen .... Olga
  • Bernard West .... Dr. Joe Kitchell
  • Steven Peck .... Delivery Boy
  • Gerry Mulligan .... Ella's blind date



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HTC: On Bells and Their Ringing (3248 words)
A Russian bell is distinguished from its western European counterpart first of all in that the bell itself is permanently fixed, and the clapper inside of it moves freely, striking the side of the bell and producing its ring.
This solemn chain ringing symbolizes the preaching of the Gospel of Christ in all languages, and at the conclusion of the Gospel a joyful treble peal of victory is rung.
Experienced bell ringers are very careful to preserve this tradition and never allow the sorrowful ringing of the bells on this commemoration of the death and burial of our Lord and Savior to be confused with the funeral ring of simple sinful mortals.
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