Mitzi Green

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Mitzi Green
Mitzi Green
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Born:
October 22, 1920
Died:
May 24, 1969
Age:
48
Birth Name:
Elizabeth Keno
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Awards:
1 win.
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Some Facts
Was named after vaudeville performer Mitzi Hajos Marshall, wife of actor Boyd Marshall.
Introduced the Richard Rodgers / Lorenz Hart song "My Funny Valentine" when she performed it for the first time on stage in the original Broadway production of "Babes in Arms" (Shubert Theatre, 1937).
Known as "Little Mitzi" early in her career, she was the first child Paramount Pictures ever signed to a multi-picture contract.
One of her fans once sent her a live baby alligator.
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