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(Summer 1963) She acted in Homer Curran's play, "Song of Norway," in a Kenley Players production in at the Veterans Memorial Theatre in Columbus and the Packard Music Hall Theatre in Warren, Ohio. John Kenley was artistic director.
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I used to think every night before I went on stage, a lot of people think of the audience as one mass, but it's not -- it's all individual people. And that's why I love the theatere... And I always feel that if in some way you can touch somebody, either touch them emotionally, or if it's a young person who wants to be an actor, touch them so he or she, too, wants to be an actor...it's so ...
Had a very promising role in the classic Victor Mature
crime thriller Kiss of Death
(1947) as Mature's Italian wife who is raped and later commits suicide by putting her head in the kitchen gas oven. The censors cut her part out completely because they refused to allow a rape or suicide to be shown. Patricia's name still appears on the credits of the film.
Her long hair
The Fire and Ice Girl
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