Betty Hutton

Betty Hutton

Performer

Betty Hutton, the high-energy comedic actress who had a brief but memorable career as the star of Hollywood musicals and comedies in the 1940s, died in Palm Springs, CA, it was reported by AP. She was 86 and had lived in virtual isolation for much of the last 40 years. Her last Broadway appearance was as a replacement Miss Hannigan in the original run of Annie. She also replaced Carol Burnett in the 1964 musical, Fade Out — Fade In.

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  • Born: Feb 26, 1921 in Battle Creek, MI, USA
  • Death: Mar 11, 2007 in Palm Springs, CA

Roles (15)

Annie Playbill - Feb 1980 Annie (1977)
Opened Apr 21, 1977
  • as Miss Hannigan (Replacement)
  • Arrived on Sep 19, 1980
Fade Out Fade In Playbill - Opening Night, May 1964 Fade Out - Fade In (1964)
Opened May 26, 1964
  • as Hope Springfield (Replacement)
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Betty Hutton and Her All-Star International Show - April 1952 Betty Hutton and Her All-Star International Show (1952)
Opened Apr 12, 1952
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Panama Hattie Playbill - June 1941 Panama Hattie (1940)
Opened Oct 30, 1940
  • as Florrie (Original)
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Two For The Show Playbill - Feb 1940 Two for the Show (1940)
Opened Feb 8, 1940
  • as Visitor (Original)
  • as Miss Ireland (Original)
  • as Little Miss Muffet (Original)
  • as "The Jitter Dance" Dancer (Original)
  • as "Good Night, Miss Astor" Singer (Original)
  • as "Fool For Luck" Singer (Original)
  • as Betty (Original)
  • as "Calypso Joe" Singer (Original)
  • as "At Last It's Love" Dancer (Original)
  • as "A House With A Little Red Barn" Swinger (Original)
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Betty Hutton and Her All-Star International Show Playbill - October 1953 Betty Hutton and Her All-Star International Show (1953)
Opened Oct 14, 1953
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