Shadows and Satin
Posted by shadowsandsatin on Aug 21, 2020
Don’t call her the British Marilyn Monroe. Some said that Diana Dors was England’s answer to Marilyn Monroe. (She resented the reference.) In an interview with famed journalist Mike Wallace, he described her as a “bosomy blonde bundle with a flair for publicity that is extraordinary even by read more
Noir and Chick Flicks
Posted by Dawn on Nov 28, 2011
Julie Christie and Diana Dors, were both pop icons, from the "swinging London" era of the 1960s.
Julie Christie (born 14 April 1941), first major film role was in, The Fast Lady(1962). She first gained notice as Liz, the friend and would-be lover of, Billy Liar (1963).
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Where Danger Lives
Posted by Mark on Nov 8, 2011
Put on your Sid Hudgens hats dear readers, because it’s scandal sheet time here at Where Danger Lives.
Here are two articles from the September 1956 issue of Exposed, featuring a boozing Lana Turner and the voluptuous Diana Dors. Enjoy, but keep it on the hush-hush.
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