Whatever Happened To: Dorothy McHugh
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Dorothy McHugh

Category: Pop Culture
Submitted By: stuntpope
Posted Date: May 13, 2006
Last Updated: October 13, 2011
Claim to fame: Born August 14, 1907, McHugh was a Ziegfield Follies dancer, but she is probably best known for her line "I've fallen and I can't get up".
The line was originally spoken in a television commercial for a medical service called Lifecall.
Where are they now? McHugh later starred in a Mockumentary film, "Every Night and Twice on Sundays".
This short film pays tribute to the wonderfully fiesty 81-year- young showgirl who proves there is a pot of gold waiting for those who never give up on their dreams.

When Dorothy McHugh died on July 19, 1995, her death was newsworthy based on her appearance in the Lifecall commercial alone.
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