Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Vera-Ellen
(1926-1981) born on
Feb 16
US actress. "She was the only woman dancer to be considered the peer of both Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly; starred in "White Christmas," 1954."

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F
""Getting involved is so, so . . . involving.""

R
""I'm not exactly repulsive.""
A
""Well, you're not exactly Superman, but you're awfully available.""
N
""What does it matter? They're both famous.""
K
""You know, in some ways you're far superior to my cocker spaniel." [Danny Kaye to Vera-Ellen]"

 



Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "As Ivy Smith ('Miss Turnstiles') in "On the Town," 1949."
R: "As Judy Haynes in "White Christmas," 1954."
A: "On pretending to get engaged to Phil Davis (Danny Kaye) in "White Christmas," 1954."
N: "As Judy Haynes, discussing which member of the team of Wallace and Davis (Crosby and Kaye) will be romatically interested in Rosemary; in "White Christmas," 1954."
K: "Kaye, after kissing Vera-Ellen in "White Christmas," 1954."


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