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Beatrice Lillie Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

BEATRICE LILLIE
Born: May 29, 1894 in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
Died: January 20, 1989 in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom
Biography
Beatrice Lillie (1894-1989) moved to England in 1914, where she became a music hall favorite. She had a radio program after World War II. Lillie's Broadway debut was in This Year of Grace (1927), written for her by her friend Noel Coward. The last of her occasional film appearances was in Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967). She married Sir Robert Peel (1898-1934) in 1920.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1956-Around-the-World-in-Eighty-Days (Performer), 1944-On-Approval (Performer), 1967-The-Linkletter-Show (in person), 1967-Gypsy (in person), 1962-1965-The-Tonight-Show-Starring-Johnny-Carson (in person), 1964-The-Eamonn-Andrews-Show (in person), 1952-1960-The-Ed-Sullivan-Show (in person), 1957-The-11th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1951-The-Ezio-Pinza-Show (in person), 1929-Beatrice-Lillie (in person), 1967-Thoroughly-Modern-Millie (Performer), 1938-Dr.-Rhythm (Performer), 1967-Today (in person), 1961-Juke-Box-Jury (in person), 1958-The-Dinah-Shore-Chevy-Show (in person), 1957-The-Pat-Boone-Chevy-Showroom (in person), 1956-Person-to-Person (in person), 1943-A-Welcome-to-Britain (in person), 1935-Paramount-Headliner:-Broadway-Highlights-No.-1 (in person), 1956-The-Wa_lter-Winchell-Show (in person), 1994-Bob-Hope's-Birthday-Memories (Other), 1950-1957-The-Arthur-Murray-Party (in person), 1959-G.P.O.-Telephone-Personality-Girl (in person), 1949-The-Milton-Berle-Show (in person), 1997-American-Masters (Other), 1967-Before-the-Fringe (Performer), 1930-Are-You-There (Performer), 1926-Exit-Smiling (Performer), 1964-1965-The-Jack-Paar-Program (in person), 1952-1964-What's-My-Line (in person), 1962-The-Jack-Paar-Tonight-Show (in person), 1951-The-Colgate-Comedy-Hour (in person), 1950-The-Star-Spangled-Revue (in person), 1935-Broadway-Highlights-No.-2 (in person), 1950-All-Star-Revue (Performer), 1929-The-Show-of-Shows (Performer), 1967-The-Joey-Bishop-Show (in person), 1960-The-Bell-Telephone-Hour (in person), 1950-1952-This-Is-Show-Business (in person)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
High-Spirits - Performer (April 7, 1964 - March 27, 1965), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1957 - Performer (March 1, 1957 - June 15, 1957), Auntie-Mame - Performer (October 31, 1956 - June 28, 1958), An-Evening-With-Beatrice-Lillie - Performer (October 2, 1952 - May 30, 1953), Inside-U.S.A. - Performer (April 30, 1948 - March 19, 1949), Seven-Lively-Arts - Performer (December 7, 1944 - May 12, 1945), Set-to-Music - Performer (January 18, 1939 - May 6, 1939), The-Show-is-On - Performer (December 25, 1936 - July 17, 1937), At-Home-Abroad - Performer (September 19, 1935 - March 7, 1936), Walk-a-Little-Faster - Performer (December 7, 1932 - March 18, 1933), Too-True-to-Be-Good - Performer (April 4, 1932 - May 1932), The-Third-Little-Show - Performer (June 1, 1931 - September 1931), This-Year-of-Grace - Performer (November 7, 1928 - March 23, 1929), She's-My-Baby - Performer (January 3, 1928 - March 3, 1928), Oh,-Please - Performer (December 17, 1926 - March 1927), Charlot-Revue - Performer (November 10, 1925 - March 6, 1926), Andre-Charlot's-Revue-of-1924 - Performer (January 9, 1924 - September 20, 1924)

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