Kitty Carlisle

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Kitty Carlisle Hart (or simply Kitty Carlisle; September 3, 1910 – April 17, 2007) was an American actress and musician. In 1991, she received a National Medal of Arts. She began on Broadway in many operettas and musical comedies. She then worked in movies, including Murder at the Vanities in 1934, She Loves Me Not that same year, and A Night at the Opera in 1935. She was born Catherine Conn in New Orleans. She died in New York City, age 96.