(as Kitty Carlisle Hart)
Champagne, Sec. Musical/operetta. Book by Alan Child. Music by Johann Strauss. Lyrics by Robert A. Simon
. From "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauß
. Musical Director: Rudolph Thomas. From "Die Fledermaus" by Karl Haffner and Richard Genee. Based on a French play by Henri Meilhac
and Ludovic Halévy
. From a German story by Roderich
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Kitty Carlisle Hart
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[on filming 'A Night at the Opera'] Groucho would come up to from time to time to ask me,'Is this funny?'' Then, totally deadpan, he'd try out the line. I'd say, 'No, I don't think it is funny', and he'd go away absolutely crushed and try it out on everyone else in the cast. Chico was always playing cards in the back room and had to be called on the set. Harpo would work well until about eleven ...
In 1970, she became romantically involved with former New York Governor and two-time Republican presidential candidate Thomas E. Dewey
, and they spoke of marriage. However, Dewey died suddenly of a heart attack in early 1971.
Writing number one as a roman numeral one while a panelist on "To Tell The Truth"