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Patty Duke


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Anna Marie “Patty” Duke (born December 14, 1946) is an Academy Award-, three-time Emmy Award- and two-time Golden Globe Award-winning American actress of stage and film.

Duke also had a successful singing career, garnering several Top 40 hits such as “Don’t Just Stand There” in 1965, and “dona dona” in 1968. She performed both songs on The Ed Sullivan Show. Also during 1968, she had appeared on “The Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson, and after George Jessel’s comic appearance, she was introduced and sang an old irish song, “Danny Boy”, with a passion that few could match.


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    Her cover of the songs from Valley of the Dolls is so dreadful, it must be heard.

    21 Apr 2007 Reply

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