Gloria Jean is very proud of her
show business career of more than 20 years, and enjoys sharing her
memorabilia with fans. She constantly receives requests for
autographed photos and other memorabilia from her collection. Read
below about items you can purchase directly from Gloria.
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here to begin. Please proceed as though you were
sending money to a friend. Gloria's e-mail address for payment is
Postage for orders sent within the United States is included
in the price.
You can purchase photographs
from Gloria's personal collection. Ask about a photo from your
favorite film! Gloria will be happy to add her autograph to your
A word about requests for autographed photos ...
Gloria Jean receives fan mail daily
from around the world. Much of the correspondence consists of
requests for an autographed photo. She answers every letter
personally (she has no staff or secretaries). As a result, she
must personally absorb the ongoing costs of printing and mailing
Gloria will be pleased to
personally inscribe any photos you buy from her. This is common
procedure at dealers’ and collectors’ shows. Please include a note
with your order indicating how you would like the photos
inscribed, and don’t forget to include return postage with your
If you send your own material for
Gloria to sign, please include an appropriate donation to defray
Thank you for your understanding.
Order one or more of these three exclusive DVDs, available only
from Gloria's collection:
Trailers and Musical ShortsRare
coming-attractions previews for many of Gloria’s features,
plus all six of the highly collectible Snader Telescriptions
(“Shrimp Boats,” “Conchita Lopez,” etc.) from 1951.
Excellent video transfers made especially for this DVD.
Gloria Jean Sings! (Vol. 1)Introducing Gloria’s own series of
“greatest hits” videos! The first volume features musical
highlights from Gloria’s famous early features, with
exquisite vocals by the star. Includes “The Choir Song,”
“Annie Laurie,” “Shepherd Lullaby,” “Little Grey Home in the
West,” “I Haven’t Time to Be a Millionaire” (with Bing
Crosby), “A Little Bit of Heaven,” “After Ev’ry Rainstorm,”
“Estrellita,” “Sly Old Gentleman,” and a host of others.
Bonus numbers, too! Excellent picture and sound fidelity.
Gloria Jean Sings! (Vol.
moments from Gloria’s popular “high school” musicals of the
1940s, with Donald O’Connor, Peggy Ryan, and other familiar
faces. Includes “Love Laughs at Anything,” “Il Bacio” (with
the Andrews Sisters), “Siboney,” “Sempre Libera,” “Love’s
Old Sweet Song,” “One of Us Has Gotta Go,” “You and the
Night and the Music” (with Allan Jones), “We’re Not
Obvious,” and lots more, plus bonus selections. These song
excerpts are derived sources of varying quality, so the
picture and sound fidelity are good rather than excellent.
online or from your local dealer:
A few of Gloria's movies have been released commercially on DVD.
The quality is beautiful---you will enjoy having any of these in
If I Had My Way (1940) Complete! Includes
footage that was cut from the 1946 reissue, including
Gloria singing "Little Grey Home in the West"! Available
DVD as part of a 3-disc set --- Click here to buy on Amazon.com, or order from your local dealer
Never Give a Sucker an
Even Break (1941) Available on DVD as part of a
5-disc set --- Click here to order from Amazon.com, or order from your local dealer
Copacabana (1947) Available
DVD --- Click here to buy on Amazon.com, or order from your local dealer
Don't see your favorite?
The rest of Gloria's movies
have not been released commercially on video, but they are
available through private collectors who have shared their
collections with Gloria. Browse through Gloria's current flyer for your
favorites. Can't remember the title? Visit our Films
page for a complete list
of titles and synopses---and listen to song clips as you browse.
Gloria Jean performed in numerous radio broadcasts during the
1940s, including radio adaptations of her films. You can purchase
CDs of these radio broadcasts. These are audio CDs, not MP3 CDs,
and the broadcasts are complete and of excellent quality.
Theatre: The Under-Pup---Radio adaptation of the 1939 film. Broadcast
date: Apr. 15, 1940.
Red Cross Special---All-star
program; Gloria sings two songs. Broadcast date: Sept. 20,
Theatre: A Little Bit of Heaven---Radio adaptation of the 1940
film. Broadcast date: Dec. 30, 1940.
revue for the troops, also featuring Abbott & Costello
and Fats Waller. Broadcast date: Dec. 4, 1943.
Guild Theatre: Mad About Music---Gloria stars in a radio
adaptation of the Deanna Durbin film. Broadcast date: Oct.
You can purchase a two-CD set of songs from Gloria's recordings
and movies, ranging from light classical to pop. Great listening!