Meredy's Clifton Webb Trivia Answers

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1. November 19, 1889

2. Indianapolis, Indiana

3. Webb Parmalee Hollenbeck

4. He was 14.

5. Mignon

6. The Purple Road

7. National Red Cross Pageant

8. Bonnie Glass

9. Mary Hay

10. Between 1913 and 1947, the tall and slender performer who sang in a clear, gentle tenor, appeared in 23 Broadway shows.

11. He introduced Irving Berlin's "Easter Parade" and George and Ira Gershwin's "I've Got a Crush on You" in Treasure Girl (1928); Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz's "I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan" in The Little Show (1929) and "Louisiana Hayride" in Flying Colors (1932); and Irving Berlin's "Not for All the Rice in China" in As Thousands Cheer (1933).

12. The Importance of Being Earnest, Blithe Spirit, and Present Laughter

13. Laura

14. The Razor's Edge

15. Three times - Sitting Pretty, Mr. Belvedere Goes to College, and Mr. Belvedere Rings the Bell

16. Cheaper by the Dozen

17. John Philip Sousa

18. Jean Negulseco

19. Miss Frances (Dorothy McGuire)

20. The Man Who Never Was

21. Satan Never Sleeps

22. Sitting Pretty: The Life and Times of Clifton Webb

23. He was never married. He was gay.

24. None

25. October 13, 1966 in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California (heart attack)

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