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Patricia Marand, at 74; stage actress

PATRICIA MARAND PATRICIA MARAND (marand family)
Associated Press / December 12, 2008
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NEW YORK - Actress Patricia Marand, who played Lois Lane in the Broadway musical "It's a Bird . . . It's a Plane . . . It's Superman,' " has died. She was 74.

Maryellen Lee, family spokeswoman, said Ms. Marand died of brain cancer Nov. 27 at her Manhattan home.

Ms. Marand was nominated for a Tony Award for the 1966 musical. She also appeared on Broadway in "Wish You Were Here," the hit 1952 musical set it a Catskill resort. The show was best known for its on-stage swimming pool and its popular title song.

Ms. Marand was a regular in summer stock and on television's "Merv Griffin Show."

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