Deanna Durbin, who received unprecedented fame and Fortune as a child star in the 1930s but quit Hollywood at the age of 26 following a string of mediocre movies in the late 1940s, has died, published reports said today (Wednesday). An announcement by her fan club said only that she was 91 but gave no cause of death nor date. In an interview with film historian David Shipman in 1983, Durbin noted that she was once the highest-paid star with the poorest material. Today I consider my salary as damages for having to cope with such complete lack of quality.