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Betty Hutton (February 26, 1921 – March 11, 2007) was an American stage, film, and television actress, comedienne and singer. Wikipedia

Age: 86 (age at death)
Born: 26th February, 1921, Battle Creek, Michigan, USA
Died: 11th March, 2007, Palm Springs, California, USA
Height: 5' 4" (163 cm)
Nationality: American
Claim to Fame: Incendiary Blonde

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Prior to her first feature film role, she appeared, in 1939, in a number of musical short subjects for Vitaphone, filmed in New York. These included: One for the Book (1940) with Hal Sherman; Public Jitterbug No. 1 (1939) with Chaz Chase, Hal Le Roy and Emerson`s Sextette; and Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (1939). Also, Paramount featured her in a one-reeler, Three Kings and a Queen (1939).


Starred in TV`s first "spectacular", Satins and Spurs (1954) (TV), which debuted on September 12, 1954. It was a 90-minute musical comedy produced by Max Liebman. She played a rodeo queen who falls for a magazine writer, played by Kevin McCarthy. Reactions by critics and viewers were so negative that she announced her retirement from show business (one of the many times.)


"I think things are going to go right for me again. I`m not old. I`m old enough, but I photograph young, thank God, and I still have a public. I still get fan mail."


"I was a commodity, like a hot dog. It was like hot dogs and Betty Hutton."


Baretta (1975)

The cases of maverick undercover New York detective Tony Baretta.

Burke's Law
The Greatest Show on Earth
The Betty Hutton Show
Spring Reunion

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