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Thats All You Do - Pat Carroll - The Many Faces Of Pat Carroll (Vinyl)

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  1. Pat Carroll (born in Melbourne) is an Australian singer from the s. - For the English designer, please use Pat Carroll (2). - For the American actress, please use Pat Carroll (3). In the mids Carroll and her friend Olivia Newton-John, formed a singing duo called Pat and Olivia. In she married John Farrar songwriter and producer whom worked with Olivia .
  2. Pat Carroll ( -) Film Deaths The Little Mermaid (; animated) [Ursula]: Impaled through the abdomen with the broken bowsprit of a sunken ship by Prince Eric (voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes). Her body becomes electrified as she dies .
  3. The album's title track features the line, "When your life leaves not even a spark / All you can do is glow in the dark." Kalamazoo band Graham Parsons .
  4. Pat Carroll in Patricia Ann Carroll (or Pat Carroll; born May 5, ) is an American actress. She voiced the character of Ursula in The Little Mermaid. In Laverne & Shirley, she played Mrs. Feeney. She played Miriam Stein in Police Woman. Carroll was born in .
  5. Pat Carroll Celebrity Profile - Check out the latest Pat Carroll photo gallery, biography, pics, pictures, interviews, news, forums and blogs at Rotten Tomatoes!
  6. Source. Patricia Ann "Pat" Carroll is an American actress, voice actress, and singer, who is best known for voicing Ursula in the Disney animated feature film, The Little Mermaid and the TV series. She returned to The Little Mermaid franchise in to provide the voice of Ursula's sister, Morgana, in Return to the Sea and later reprised the voice of Ursula in House of Mouse .
  7. Jul 15,  · Hit year was A big hit in the UK & Europe by Dana, Pat Carroll & Dana both did well in Australia with there versions of the song. Pat Carroll (born in Melbourne) is an Australian singer.
  8. "To play someone mean is heavenly." --Pat Carroll in the press materials for "The Little Mermaid" "I think every time you start doing a play, it's like a ship cruise. We all book passage together. And each sailing is never the same. It can be the same ports of call, the same boat, the same cabin. But the people make the difference.

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