Goodbye, My Fancy. Comedy. Written by Fay Kanin
. Directed by Sam Wanamaker
. Morosco Theatre (moved to The Fulton Theatre from 7 Feb 1949- 17 Sep 1949 then moved to The Martin Beck Theatre from 19 Sep 1949- 19 Nov 1949, then moved to The John Golden Theatre from 21 Nov 1949- close): 17 Nov 1948- 24 Dec 1949 (446 performances). ...
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5' 1½" (1.56 m)
Did You Know?
advised me against doing Hazel
(1961). "Don't do television," he warned. "It'll ruin you! Burt is a doll and a heck of an actor, but I'm glad I didn't follow his advice. Everybody under 40 knows me better from "Hazel", not from my movies!
Divorced from Ed Gardner in the 1940s, the marriage was a rocky one as Gardner was a drinker and inveterate womanizer. She remarried in 1943 to William H. Baker, a kindly investment banker. The union was a happy but relatively short one. She was in rehearsals for "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" when he died suddenly of a heart ailment. She had no children from either marriage.