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She went on to record such hits as "Doggie in the Window," ''Mockin' Bird Hill," ''Hush, Hush, Sweet Charlotte," and "Allegheny Moon." She teamed with George Jones on "You Never Looked That Good When You Were Mine."
In films Page co-starred with Burt Lancaster in his Oscar-winning appearance of "Elmer Gantry," and she appeared in "Dondi" with David Janssen and in "Boy's Night Out" with James Garner and Kim Novack.
She also starred on stage in the musical comedy "Annie Get Your Gun."
She received the Pioneer Award by the Academy of Country Music in 1980 and also was elected to CMA's board of directors. She also is a member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame.
In her later career, Page and husband Jerry Filiciotto spent half the year living in Southern California and half in an 1830s farmhouse in New Hampshire. He died in 2009.
Page is survived by her son, Daniel O'Curran, daughter Kathleen Ginn and sister Peggy Layton.
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