Beatrice Lillie


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British actress (born in Canada) (1898-1989)

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In 1963-64, "High Spirits" with Beatrice Lillie and Tammy Grimes was supposed to be the big hit, but ultimately lost money in the wake of "Hello, Dolly!" and "Funny Girl," and saw its auds quickly shrink to 75% capacity during the dog days of June-August.
NOSTALGIA Binkie during a war tour in North Africa with, from left, Beatrice Lillie, Vivien Leigh and an unknown actress.
Wood, who appeared as an actor at a variety of regional theatres and composed music for Hermione Gingold, Beatrice Lillie and others, died in August.
His theatrical credits include New Faces of 1968, which included Robert Klein and Madeline Kahn, Ziegfield Follies with Beatrice Lillie and Billy de Wolfe, and a Charleston sequence for Dame Judith Anderson in Comes a Day.
There is the marvellous wisecrack from Beatrice Lillie in Across the Pond : "Say, when does this place get to New York?'
Throughout the nearly sixty years she lived there, guests to Pretty Penny included Scott Fitzgerald, Noel Coward, Beatrice Lillie, Ruth Gordon, Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh.
Scene changes are delightfully accented by the recordings of Great Britain's grand comic doyenne Beatrice Lillie, who sums up the evening perfectly with "I Went to a Marvelous Party."
Trained in ballet in her native England, she came to the United States with Beatrice Lillie and Charlot's Theatrical Revue.