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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Killpoint (1984) Anita
2.
 Raw Force (1982) Hazel
3.
 How to Seduce a Woman (1973) Mary
4.
 The Rounders (1965) Sister
5.
 Irma La Douce (1963) Lolita
6.
 The Ladies' Man (1961) Miss Anxious
7.
 The Apartment (1960) Margie MacDougall
8.
 Li'l Abner (1959) Wife
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KellyFaithHoliday ( 2008-03-18 )

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Hope Holiday was born Hope Jane Zee in New York, NY on November 30, 1938. She acted in 1960s, 70s and 80s in both film and tv. She also was a producer and director. She is married to actor Frank Marth. In her own words: "My father, Alan Zee, was the producer of the stage shows at the Capitol Theater in New York, where I watched all the MGM stars when they made guest appearances, and I wanted to be in show business. I studied dancing with George Ballanchine, Hanya Holm, Jose Limon and Ballet Theater; acting with Sanford Meisner; singing with Colin Romoff and Billy Taylor; street smarts with the best." Hope's scene as "Mrs. Margie MacDougall" in Billy Wilder's 1960 movie, "The Apartment" is an absolute gem, as she and Jack Lemmon share a drink or 13 at a corner pub on Christmas Eve, wallowing in their respective self-pity. They prop themselves up precariously against each other as they shuffle and swagger across the dance floor, three sheets to the wind, oblivious to just about everything, including each other! It is a fabulous cinema moment, thanks to terrific acting, and of course, the brilliance of Billy Wilder. Hope Holiday, if you're reading this, I hope you'll share some background info and photos! You are an amazingly talented actress--thanks for the laughs! From another Holiday--Kelly Faith Holiday...

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