So Long, Dearie: Two Tonys Among Property Stolen From Channing's Storage Space

News   So Long, Dearie: Two Tonys Among Property Stolen From Channing's Storage Space Carol Channing's Tony Award for her legendary turn in Broadway's Hello, Dolly! was among property stolen from a North Hollywood storage unit rented by the 83-year-old actress, the Associated Press reported.

Also missing are designer costumes and gowns (some by Bob Mackie), a Tony for lifetime achievement, an Emmy (for a comedy hour she did with George Burns) and a Golden Globe (for the film, "Thoroughly Modern Millie"). "Ever since it happened, I've been checking eBay every day just to make sure these things haven't shown up," said publicist Harlan Boll. "You never know what something like that would sell for."

According to AP, Channing has rented the storage unit for five years, since her divorce from her third husband. The items were waiting to be catalogued.