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Phyllis Thaxter Overview:

Actor, Phyllis Thaxter, was born Phyllis Schuyler Thaxter on Nov 20, 1919 in Portland, ME. Thaxter died at the age of 92 on Aug 14, 2012 in Orlando, FL .

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

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“How’d you get to be so cute”: Remembering

By Jnpickens on Jan 13, 2013 From Comet Over Hollywood

The heavens gained several stars this year as classic film stars passed away in 2012. Since Comet Over Hollywood did not give several of them the full attention they deserved, the first few days of 2013 will be dedicated to some of the notable celebrities who left us. Eyes twinkling and bright smile... Read full article


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Phyllis Thaxter Quotes:

Peggy Randall: A war marriage is as good as any other marriage - if it's to the right man.


[repeated lines]
Lt. Ted Lawson: Tell me, Honey, how come you're so cute?
Ellen Lawson: I had to be if I was going to get such a good-looking fella.


Ellen Lawson: Oh, Ted, I'm going to write you a letter every day you're gone. I know they won't deliver them. I won't even mail them, but I'm going to write them anyway. That way we'll kind of be in touch. That way we'll feel close.


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Phyllis Thaxter Facts
Mother of actress Skye Aubrey

Her hospital birth record indicates she was named "Phyllis Schuyler Thaxter" but by the 1920 census, her name was listed as Phyllis St. Felix Thaxter. Schuyler was her mother's maiden name and St. Felix was her father's middle name. Unknown if the name was ever legally changed but likely since her father was a renowned lawyer.

In Italy, she was almost exclusively dubbed by Renata Marini, except in Week-End at the Waldorf (1945) (Grand hotel Astoria) and Blood on the Moon (1948) (Sangue sulla luna / Vento di terre selvagge) were she was dubbed by Rina Morelli. The talented Rosetta Calavetta lent her voice to her only once, in No Man of Her Own (1950) (Non voglio perderti).

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