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Actress, Sandra Dee, was born Alexandra Cymboliak Zuck on Apr 23, 1942 in Bayonne, NJ. Dee died at the age of 62 on Feb 20, 2005 in Thousand Oaks, CA .

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Warner Archive: Robert Morse in Quick! Before it Melts (1964) and in Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding! (1966)

By KC on Jul 6, 2015 From Classic Movies

While I'm normally wary of any film that has an explanation point in its title, I found the sixties comedies Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding! (1966) and Quick! Before it Melts (1964) to be a lot of fun. Both are newly released on DVD from Warner Archive. Doctor, You've Got to Be Kidding is both ve... Read full article


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Sandra Dee Quotes:

Sandy: When you go shopping in a market, you don't buy anything that's been handled too much.


Joan Howell: I'd love to visit your apartment.
Tom Milford: My apartment? Well, why mine?
Joan Howell: The answer should be quite obvious, shouldn't it?
Tom Milford: The fact of the matter is, mine is quite disorganized. I've been having maid trouble, too.
Joan Howell: Well, I'll tell you what. You take me to your apartment and I'll show you what I can do with a vacuum cleaner.


Molly Jorgenson: They came just in time, we better cool off.
Johnny Hunter: Why?
Molly Jorgenson: Because I'm afraid...
Johnny Hunter: Of me?
Molly Jorgenson: [shakes head no]
Johnny Hunter: Of yourself?
Molly Jorgenson: Yes. That and some other new feelings that I can't explain.
Johnny Hunter: Are you angry because...
Molly Jorgenson: No. We've gotta be good Johnny.
Johnny Hunter: Good... Is it that easy to be good?
Molly Jorgenson: Are you bad Johnny? Have you been bad with girls?


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Sandra Dee Facts
Appeared with then-husband Bobby Darin in three films: Come September (1961), If a Man Answers (1962) and That Funny Feeling (1965).

Is immortalized in the popular song "Look At Me, I'm Sandra Dee" from the Grease (1978). The song mocked her squeaky-clean image but Dee reportedly said in a statement that she didn't mind, and always had a big laugh about it.

Universal Studios concocted the name 'Sandra Dee' for her by shortening her first name and by using her stepfather's surname initial "D" to sign vouchers.

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