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Ellen Drew Overview:

Actress, Ellen Drew, was born Esther Loretta Ray on Nov 23, 1915 in Kansas City, MO. Drew died at the age of 88 on Dec 3, 2003 in Palm Desert, CA .

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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Thea: Laws can be wrong, and laws can be cruel, and the people who live only by the law are both wrong and cruel.


Sofia 'The Baroness' de Peralta-Reavis: I am Mrs. James Reavis, and one of us must have the dignity to accept punishment. One of us must have the dignity to recognize love. I'll always love you. Nothing can change that.
James Addison 'The Baron' Reavis, aka Brother Anthony: You still want me?
Sofia 'The Baroness' de Peralta-Reavis: I'll want you until the day I die. It is not death - it is dying that alarms me. it is not your crime - it is your weakness that alarms me.


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Ellen Drew Facts
Developed an alternative to the traditional hot fudge sundae called the "Cinderella". Made with peach, strawberries, pineapple, roasted almonds, lemon sherbert, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream, it is still served today.

Played the role of Margaret Anderson in the pilot episode of "Father Knows Best" (1954). Jane Wyatt took over the role when the series began its run on NBC.

Received a star on the Palm Springs Walk of Fame in 1997.

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