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  • Sheri Leblanc

    Husband and Wife dance team Bambi Linn and Rod Alexander on Your Show of Shows, 1950 Bambi Lynn studied with Agnes De Mille and began her career in Ballet Theater in 1941. She appeared in the original Stage production of 'Carousel' as Billy Bigelow's daughter and was "Dream Laurie" in the movie Oklahoma. Bambi and Rod were early TV favorites. Rod also did some choreography for Stage and screen such as 'Best Things in Life Are Free' (1956) and Carousel (1956.)

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