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Annette Bening Could Play 1960’s Singing Sensation Mrs. Miller

Mrs. (Elva) Miller was a 1960’s sensation because she was so unusual. With little talent, she belted out the rock and roll hits of the day and was a staple on talk shows.

“Will Success Spoil Mrs. Miller?” is the name of the singer’s 1966 album, which includes rendition of songs such as “Strangers in The Night” and “The Girl From Ipanema.”

The singer’s first album, “Mrs. Miller’s Greatest Hits” sold 250,000 copies in three weeks, and became one of the most-talked about and played albums in the country. Mrs. Miller fan clubs were subsequently organized, and she appeared on a number of television variety shows.

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