Jeanne Coyne
American actor
Jeanne Coyne
Jeanne Coyne was an acclaimed Broadway dancer, choreographer and actress. With Carol Haney (1924 – 1964), she formed a formidable team of choreographers for the directors Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly, both of whom, coincidentally, she married. She was married to Stanley Donen (1948 – 1951), and secondly to Gene Kelly (1960–1973) with whom she had two children, Timothy Kelly and Bridget Kelly.
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WEDDINGS; Heather Benedict, James Terrell
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Heather Marie Benedict, a daughter of Jeanne Coyne Benedict and Coleman J. Benedict of Pittsburgh, was married there yesterday to James Alan Terrell, the son of Catherine Casaceli Terrell and James A. Terrell of Rochester. The Rev. James B. Farnan performed the Roman Catholic ceremony at St. Paul Cathedral. Mrs. Terrell, 33, is a vice president and
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A Portrait of the Dancer, Perfectionist and All
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Gene Kelly's first film success, ''For Me and My Gal,'' came when he was 30, past his prime as a dancer. By the time he was 40, Kelly had transformed the movie musical with classics like ''On the Town,'' ''An ''American in Paris,'' and ''Singin' in the Rain.'' In his 50's and 60's, Kelly's output and career dwindled. The achievement of Kelly, a
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The Man Who Helped Kelly Put His Best Foot Forward
NYTimes - about 21 years
Few movie directors have the track record of Stanley Donen. At the age of 71, he looks back on a series of musicals and comedies that endure for their wit, style and sheer panache. "All those musicals -- a thing of the past," he said with a brief laugh. "If we remade 'Singin' in the Rain' today, when Gene Kelly sings in the rain I think he'd be
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Gene Kelly, Dancer of Vigor and Grace, Dies
NYTimes - about 21 years
Gene Kelly, the dancer, actor, director and choreographer who brought a vigorous athleticism, casual grace and an earthy masculinity to the high romance of lavish Hollywood musicals, died yesterday at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. He was 83. His longtime publicity agent, Warren Cowan, said Mr. Kelly had never fully recovered from strokes he
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Women's Milestone: Majority on Minnesota Court
NYTimes - about 26 years
Everyone knows that women are entering the legal profession in record numbers. But no powerful legal institution -- no law school faculty, no large corporate law firm, no appellate court -- has ever been dominated by women. Until now. Last month, in the waning moments of his tenure, Gov. Rudy Perpich of Minnesota named a fourth woman, Sandra
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