Despite the age difference, he seems to complement her perfectly, and you never get the sense that Imogene is a “cougar.”
In the 1950s, Caesar and Your Show of Shows, his television show with Imogene Coca, were household names.
Imogene was apathetic, awkwardly holding the baby as if she was not quite sure what to do with him.
He ran up the ladder, and Imogene, responding to a cuff on her head, promptly dragged it away from the tree.
Imogene, that lesson must be learned before I come back, you know.
I was lookin' for you and Imogene said she cal'lated you was aboard ship somewheres, but she wa'n't sartin where.
My name used to be Marguerite, but it's goin' to be Imogene now.
Imogene Dare was in her thoughts, so she addressed Imogene Dare.
Well—er—Imogene, now I'll show you the house and your room and all.
Imogene had never heard them; she had heard her mother speak of them.