Jane Powell, star dei musical di Hollywood Golden Age, morto a 92

Jane Powell, the star of some of Hollywood’s best-loved Golden Age musicals, è morto all'età di 92.

Powell è morta giovedì nella sua casa di Wilton, Connecticut, la sua amica Susan Granger ha detto alla CNN venerdì.
A megastar of musical films of the 1940s and ’50s, Powell’s hits includedSeven Brides for Seven Brothers,” opposite Howard Keel, e “Matrimonio reale,” in which she starred alongside Fred Astaire.
    Powell starred alongside Fred Astaire in the hit 1951 film "Royal Wedding."

    Powell was born in 1929 a Portland, Oregon and proved a gifted actor, singer and dancer from a very early age.
      She appeared on the radio and in theaters from the age of 5, before making her screen debut at 15 nel 1944 film “Song of the Open Road.
        Powell died of natural causes at the home that she had shared with her fifth husband, the late actor Dick Moore, Granger said.
        Powell, pictured here in 2007, died at home on Thursday at the age of 92.

        Granger and Powell became friends after meeting on the set ofSong of the Open Road,” which was directed by Granger’s father, S. Sylvan Simon.
            Jane was a loyal, lifelong friend. She’s was delightfully droll and candid. You never asked Jane a question you didn’t want answered with total honesty,” ha detto alla CNN in una dichiarazione.
            Powell is survived by three children and two grandchildren.

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