The only remaining Munchkin is Jerry Maren, 93, who was part of the Lollipop Guild.
Duccini was the last surviving female from the film and also the oldest. Her role in the film as a Munchkin villager was not credited.
In her later years she appeared at Oz events around the country, and was present in 2007 when the Munchkins received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
During World War II, Duccini worked on airplanes in a defense plant. She stated of the experience “The one thing that I’m most proud of, during the Second World War, I worked on airplanes in a defense plant. I was a Rosie the Riveter. I’m really proud of that.” (Which makes a kind of ironic contrast with Judy Garland’s mother, Ethel, who reporteded worked at Douglas Aircraft for a buck an hour in 1950 – quite unhappily.)