(performer: "Bilbao" - uncredited, "My Ship" - uncredited, "When My Sugar Walks Down the Street" - uncredited, "On the Good Ship Lollipop" - uncredited, "Italian Street Song" - uncredited, "Forty-Second Street" - uncredited, "'S Wonderful" - uncredited)
(1956) Stage: Appeared (as "Daisy Mae"; credited as Edith Adams) in "Li'l" Abner on Broadway
. Musical comedy. Book by Norman Panama
and Melvin Frank
(also co-producers). Based on cartoon characters by Al Capp
. Music by Gene de Paul. Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
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5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
Here was this guy with the big moustache, the big cigar, and the silly hat. I thought, "I don't know what this is, but it's for me." (On falling in love with Ernie Kovacs
When her husband, Ernie Kovacs
, died in a car accident, he owed the IRS several hundred thousand dollars in back taxes (he felt that the tax system was unfair, and simply refused to pay it). Edie Adams took it upon herself to pay the back taxes, refusing help from her celebrity friends, and appeared in television commercials and other TV work to raise the money...