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  • Susanna Foster - Wikipedia

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    Susanna Foster (born Suzanne DeLee Flanders Larson, though some sources give "Suzan Larsen" or "DeLis") (December 6, 1924 – January 17, 2009) was an American film ...

  • Susanna Foster - IMDb

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    Susanna Foster, Actress: Phantom of the Opera. Susanna Foster was brought to Hollywood at the age of 12 by MGM, who sent her to school and groomed her for a singing ...

  • Obituary: Susanna Foster | Music | The Guardian

    https://www.theguardian.com/music/2009/jan/22/obituary-susannah-foster

    Radiating youth and beauty, and singing with an immaculate and fresh coloratura soprano voice in 11 Hollywood movies from 1939 to 1945, Susanna Foster, who has died ...

  • Susanna Foster - Biography - IMDb

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    Susanna Foster was brought to Hollywood at the age of 12 by MGM, who sent her to school and groomed her for a singing and acting career.Two of her classmates in ...

  • Susanna Foster dies at 84; costarred in 1943 version of ...

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    Susanna Foster, a singer and 1940s leading lady whose most famous role was the terrorized prima donna in the first talking version of "Phantom of the Opera," died ...

  • Susanna Foster, 1940s ‘Phantom’ Star, Dies at 84 - The New ...

    www.nytimes.com/2009/01/21/arts/music/21foster.html

    Susanna Foster and Claude Rains in the 1943 film version of “Phantom of the Opera.” Credit Universal Pictures, via Photofest . She moved to Universal ...

  • Susanna Foster - revolvy.com

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    Susanna Foster (born Suzanne DeLee Flanders Larson , though some sources give "Suzan Larsen" or "DeLis" ) (December 6, 1924 – January 17, 2009 ) was an American ...

  • Oh! Susanna - Wikipedia

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    "Oh! Susanna" is a minstrel song by Stephen Foster (1826–1864), first published in 1848. It is among the most popular American songs ever written.

  • Susanna Foster – Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy Home Page

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    Above, baritone Wilbur Evans with son Michael and wife Susanna Foster. Evans starred in the West End production of South Pacific. Forget Phantom of the Opera, Nelson ...

  • Susanna Foster Profiles | Facebook

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    View the profiles of people named Susanna Foster. Join Facebook to connect with Susanna Foster and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power...

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