Kitty Carlisle Hart dies at 96

Actress Kitty Carlisle Hart, whose career took her from stage to screen and back, died today in New York. She made her film debut in 1934’s Murder at the Vanities, and played the lead in the Marx Brothers’ A Night at the Opera a year later. She only had a handful of film appearances after that, but two of them were in Bing Crosby movies (She Loves Me Not and Here Is My Heart), one in Woody Allen’s Radio Days, and one a supporting part in Six Degrees of Separation. In later years, she appeared in opera and TV; two years ago, she started doing one-woman shows, and was scheduled to perform in November. She was 96.

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