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Dorothy Lamour Overview:

Legendary actress, Dorothy Lamour, was born Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton on Dec 10, 1914 in New Orleans, LA. Lamour died at the age of 81 on Sep 22, 1996 in Los Angeles, CA and was laid to rest in Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) Cemetery in Los Angeles, CA.

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She was honored with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the categories of Radio and Motion Pictures. Dorothy Lamour's handprints and footprints were 'set in stone' at Grauman's Chinese Theater during imprint ceremony #67 on Feb 5, 1943. Lamour was never nominated for an Academy Award.

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: Fashion Icon of Old Hollywood

By Amanda Garrett on Mar 11, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films

Today, I'm looking at actress 's influence on the fashion industry. Her trademark sarongs, which were originally designed by Edith Head, became a fashion craze in the late 1930's. This article is part of : The "Dot" Blogathon hosted by Font & Frock and Silver Scree... Read full article


Is Bob Hope's "Favorite Brunette"

By Rick29 on Nov 6, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

Confession: I sometimes get the plots of Bob Hope's three My Favorite movies mixed up. While recently viewing My Favorite Brunette again, I kept waiting for the scene where the baddies give Bob truth serum--with predictably silly results. However, that classic bit is from My Favorite Spy with Hedy L... Read full article


By Art on Dec 10, 2012 From Classic Cinema Gold

was an American actress, singer, and entertainer. She is probably best remembered for appearing in the “Road to…” movies, a series of successful comedies starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. “I felt like a wonderful sandwich, a slice of white bread between two sl... Read full article


Pawsome Pet Pictures: .

By Dawn Sample on Nov 15, 2012 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Personal Quote: "I made 60 motion pictures and only wore the sarong in about six pictures, but it did become a kind of trademark".... Read full article


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By Dawn on Jul 31, 2011 From Noir and Chick Flicks

(December 10, 1914 – September 22, 1996), is best-remembered for her performance in the Road to... movies. Lamour's wonderful humor, allowed her to have a long career in the movies. Lamour published her autobiography, My Side of the Road in 1980, revived her nightclub act, and ... Read full article


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Dorothy Lamour Quotes:

Sal Van Hoyden: [singing] You wouldn't dare be too bold, would you? And think that my hand was to hold, would you? And you wouldn't play on my sympathy, then take advantage of me... would you? You shouldn't be quite so near, should you? Or whisper those words in my ear, should you? You can't get romantic; that, you know, takes two. But darling, if I would... would you?


Nicky Duval: It's a treat to be kissed, even goodbye.


Turkey Jackson: We're going to get married on... . uh... . when is the big day, Dream Thing?
Princess Shalmar: When the moon, in its last quarter, silvers the blossoms of the almond tree. That's Tuesday night, about nine.


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Dorothy Lamour Facts
One of the few film stars who was allowed to make records throughout her career. She rivaled Alice Faye for the number of songs she introduced on screen, including "Moon of Manakoora," "Moonlight and Shadows," "Moonlight Becomes You," "I Remember You," "Personality" and "It Could Happen to You.".

Co-starred as a featured regular with Don Ameche, W.C. Fields and Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy on the popular "Chase and Sanborn Radio Hour".

Her step-son gave her a dog, CoCo, when her husband died. She didn't want it at first, but he insisted. She soon learned to love the dog and referred to him as her boyfriend.

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