Diana Dors

Diana Dors (Diana Mary Fluck) was a British mind controlled sex slave- actress, used in the British film industry (Rank Organisation) and Hollywood movie industry from age 15 to play the Whore of Babylon archetype like Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield and Diana Spencer. She is on the cover of the Sgt Pepper's album of The Beatles. She married Dennis Hamilton, Richard Dawson (CBS show Hogan's Heroes, NBC show Match Game) and Roman Catholic actor Alan Lake (ITV shows The Saint and The Avengers of ITC, Percy's Progress with Elke Sommer and Barry Humphries).

She was trained at The Company of Youth (Rank Organisation, Christopher Lee, Patrick McGoohan, Hazel Court, Joan Collins, Jean Simmons, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton) and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA, Anthony Sharp, Malcolm McDowell, Natasha McElhone, Benedict Cumberbatch, Brian Cox, Richard Harris, Chiwetel Ejiofor, David Oyelowo, John Lithgow, Laura Harring, Kim Cattrall, Jemma Redgrave, Donald Sutherland, Leon Vitali).

Like Marilyn Monroe she played in her 1st movie in 1947.

In 1956 she was used in a tv special of Bob Hope (Order of Malta) and was introduced as a Hollywood actress through publicity stunts of Raymond Bessone with Doris Day, Liberace, John Wayne and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

She was used as entertainment in the tabloid press (News of the World of NewsCorp).

After her death Alan Lake committed suicide.

She was on the cover of the album Singles (1995) of The Smiths.

Amanda Redman played Dors in The Blonde Bombshell (1999, ITV).

Her son Donny Tourette was used in Big Brother Celebrity (Channel 4) and had a relationship with Peaches Geldof.

Astrological chart

born 10/23/1931, date Ryan Reynolds, Emilia Clarke, Miguel, Weird Al Yankovic, Michael Crighton, Sam Raimi, James Denver, Ignatius of Loyola, Mehgan McCain, baptising prince George.

Dom: Libra (Adjustment), Scorpio, Cancer - Pluto, Uranus, Saturn.

Houses 1, 5, 9. 1: Sun in Libra, Mercury and Venus in Scorpio, 5: Moon in Pisces, 9: Pluto in Cancer. 2: Mars in Scorpio, 3: Saturn in Capricorn, 10: Jupiter in Leo, 11: Neptune in Virgo.

died 5/4/1984, date Katherine Jackson, Audrey Hepburn, in Windsor, year of birth Diana's child prince Harry.

Filmography

1947 The Shop at Sly Corner as Mildred (uncredited) Oscar Homolka (Florence Meyer, sister of Katharine Graham) British Lion Films
1947 Dancing with Crime as Annette (uncredited) Richard Attenborough Dirk Bogarde
1947 Holiday Camp as Jitterbug Dancer (used in Wizard of Oz) Flora Robson Hazel Court (Roger Corman movies) Susan Shaw Gainsborough Pictures
1948 The Calendar Sonia Holm
1948 Good-Time Girl (film noir) Flora Robson Dennis Price
1948 Penny and the Pownall Case Christopher Lee
1948 Oliver Twist as Charlotte Alec Guiness
1948 My Sister and I Hazel Court
1948 Here Come the Huggetts as Diana Hopkins Petula Clark
1949 Vote for Huggett as Diana Gowan Susan Shaw
1949 It's Not Cricket Susan Shaw Alan Wheatley Gainsborough Pictures
1949 A Boy, a Girl and a Bike Honor Blackman
1949 Diamond City Honor Blackman
1950 Dance Hall Donald Houston Petula Clark Eunice Gayson Ealing Studios
1951 Worm's Eye View as Thelma
1951 Lady Godiva Rides Again (Bikini Baby) as Dolores August Joan Collins Jean Marsh (Return to Oz) Dennis Price British Lion Films Carroll Pictures
1952 The Last Page as Ruby Bruce (ruby slippers, Wizard of Oz) George Brent Hammer Film Productions
1952 My Wife's Lodger
1953 The Great Game
1953 Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? as Candy Markham Adelphi Films
1953 The Saint's Return Louis Hayward Charles Victor William Russell RKO
1953 It's a Grand Life
1954 The Weak and the Wicked John Lee Thompson Bessie Love (sister-in-law of Mary Astor) Allied Artists
1955 As Long as They're Happy as Pearl Delaney John Lee Thompson Jack Buchanan Rank Organisation
1955 A Kid for Two Farthings
1955 Miss Tulip Stays the Night as Kate Dax
1955 Doctor at Sea as Party Guest (uncredited) Brigitte Bardot
1955 Value for Money as Ruthine West
1955 An Alligator Named Daisy (the Fool) Donald Sinden (friend of Oscar Wilde's lover Alfred Douglas) Stephen Boyd Margaret Rutherford Rank Organisation
1956 Yield to the Night (the Hanged Man) as Mary Price Hilton John Lee Thompson Associated British Joan Henry (wife of John Lee Thompson, related to Bertrand Russell)
1957 The Unholy Wife as Phyllis Hochen John Farrow (father of Mia Farrow) Rod Steiger Marie Windsor RKO Universal Pictures
1957 The Long Haul Ken Hughes (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) Victor Mature Columbia Pictures
1958 Tread Softly Stranger
1958 I Married a Woman (the Empress) as Janice Blake Briggs / Miss Luxemburg George Gobel Adolphe Menjou John Wayne RKO Universal
1958 The Love Specialist (original title:La ragazza del palio) as Diana Dixon Vittorio Gassman (Shelley Winters)
1958 Passport to Shame Michael Caine
1960 Scent of Mystery (also known as Holiday in Spain) as Winifred Jordan
1961 On the Double Melville Shavelson Jack Rose (writers of Bob Hope) Bobby Watson as Adolf Hitler
1961 King of the Roaring '20s: The Story of Arnold Rothstein as Madge (based on Peggy Hopkins Joyce, affair with Averell Harriman) Mickey Rooney
1962 Mrs. Gibbons' Boys Lionel Jeffries
1962 Encontra a Mallorca
1962 Alfred Hitchcock Presents the Sorcerer's Apprentice Robert Bloch (Psycho, friend of HP Lovecraft) Brandon deWilde (Laurel Canyon) Larry Kert (West Side Story) sponsored by Revlon
1963 West 11 Alfred Lynch Associated British
1964 The Counterfeit Constable
1966 The Sandwich Man as First Billingsgate Lady
1967 Danger Route Carol Linley (Playboy) produced by Max Rosenberg UA
1967 Berserk! Joan Crawford
1968 Hammerhead (broken glass=split mind) as Kit Judy Geeson Michael Bates (A Clockwork Orange) Beverly Adams (Vidal Sassoon, movie with Anette Funicello) David Prowse
1968 Baby Love Dick Emery (BBC, Beatles movie Yellow Submarine)
1970 Deep End Jane Asher (girlfriend of Paul McCartney)
1970 There's a Girl in My Soup Peter Sellers Goldie Hawn Columbia Pictures
1971 Hannie Caulder Raquel Welch Ernest Borgnine Christopher Lee
1972 Swedish Wildcats (originally known as Every Afternoon) as Margareta
1972 The Pied Piper Donald Pleasence Roy Kinnear (Help!) John Hurt Jack Wild Paramount Pictures
1972 The Amazing Mr. Blunden Lionel Jeffries Rosalyn Landor Paul Eddington
1973 Nothing but the Night Christopher Lee Peter Cushing Michael Gambon
1973 Theatre of Blood
1973 Steptoe and Son Ride Again
1974 From Beyond the Grave Peter Cushing Donald Pleasence David Warner Warner Bros produced by Max Rosenberg
1974 Craze as Dolly Newman Jack Palance
1974 Bedtime with Rosie as Aunt Annie
1975 The Amorous Milkman as Rita Julie Eege (Miss Universe, Penthouse, The Beatles entourage) Alan Lake Roy Kinnear Anthony Sharp
1975 What the Swedish Butler Saw Sue Longhurst as Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
1975 Three for All as Mrs. Ball
1976 Adventures of a Taxi Driver as Mrs. North (red shoes Wizard of Oz, year of Taxi Driver) Judy Geeson Adrienne Posta
1976 Keep It Up Downstairs Jack Wild Sue Longhurst
1977 Adventures of a Private Eye (looking glass, Alice in Wonderland) Adrienne Posta Leon Greene Will Rushton (Private Eye)
1979 Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair Alan Lake
1985 Steaming as Violet Sarah Miles Vanessa Redgrave

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