Sandra Dee Overview:

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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On Blu-ray: Kay Kendall and in The Reluctant Debutante (1958)

By KC on Jul 22, 2020 From Classic Movies

The Reluctant Debutante (1958) is one of those rare raved-about films that I couldn’t access for years, but found it lived up to my expectations when I could finally watch it. Based on a play by British writer William Davis-Home (also co-scriptwriter here with Julius Epstein) and directed by V... Read full article


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:

Chantal: He's your idea, you dreamed him up, you make him go away!


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?


man at LAX: Scooby!
Mollie Michaelson: Scooby-doo!


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Sandra Dee Facts
By 1965, she was the last major star still under an exclusive contract. Was Universal Studios last actress under contract.

Has two granddaughters - Alexa and Olivia (children of Sandra's son Dodd Darin and his wife, Audrey Tannenbaum).

After her once-hot career fell apart in the 1970s, she fell victim to anorexia, alcoholism and depression. To the delight of her fans, she resurfaced briefly after two decades of seclusion and was warmly embraced at Beverly Hill's Canon Theatre in a stage production of "Love Letters" with her The Restless Years (1958) film co-star John Saxon.

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