(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 time: Each morning I wake up and say, "Dear Lord, I don't want anything better; just send me more of the same."
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"