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Barbara Luddy Overview:

Actress, Barbara Luddy, was born on May 25, 1908 in Great Falls, MT. Luddy died at the age of 70 on Apr 1, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA .


Barbara Luddy 'appeared' in over 35 roles from 1925 through 1977 but is probably best remembered as the voice of Lady in Walt Disney's animated classic, Lady and the Tramp.

(Source: article by Annmarie Gatti for Classic Movie Hub).



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By Annmarie Gatti on May 25, 2013 From Classic Movie Hub Blog

Born May 25, 1908 ! ‘appeared’ in over 35 roles but is probably best remembered as the voice of Lady in?Walt Disney?s animated classic, Lady and the Tramp. as herself and as Lady from Disney?s Lady and the Tramp ….. Annmarie Gatti from Clas... Read full article

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Barbara Luddy Quotes:

[Lady approaches the baby's room deep in thought and singing to herself]
Lady: What is a baby? I just can't understand. It must be something wonderful. It must be something grand. 'Cause everybody's smiling, in a kind and wistful way, and they haven't even noticed that I'm around today.
[Jim Dear comes down the stairs whistling, doesn't notice her]
Lady: What is a baby, anyway? Oh what is a baby? I must find out today, what makes Jim Dear and Darling... act... this... way...

Flora: Good gracious! Who left the mop running?
Merryweather: Stop, mop!

Fauna, Flora, Merryweather: [Chasing Aurora up the stairs to the spinning wheel] Rose! Rose! Don't touch ANYTHING!

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Starred on "The First Nighter Program" on NBC (1936-1937), CBS (1937, 1938-1942, 1945-1949) and Mutual Radio (1942-1944).

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