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Diana Dors: Hurricane in Mink (Hardback)
  • Diana Dors: Hurricane in Mink (Hardback)

Diana Dors: Hurricane in Mink (Hardback)

Hardback Published: 25/10/2010
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Dubbed the British Marilyn Monroe' or the British Bridget Bardot', Diana Dors finally proclaimed I'd rather be known as the hurricane in mink'. The actress was best known for her lavish lifestyle; she was a blonde bombshell with a penchant for flashy cars, opulent mansions, glitzy garb and jet-setting living. Diana Dors' rise to fame started with being a GI favourite during the war. However, she was keen to ditch her goody-goody image and announced that she wanted to be like Errol Flynn. It worked she became a huge star, working with the likes of Joan Crawford and famously starred in Yield to the Night, the movie that contributed to the abolition of the death penalty. But despite the glamour, her affairs, sex parties and OTT lifestyle, including an illicit affair with Rod Steiger left her branded as a scarlet woman, unwanted by the Studios. Undeterred, the indomitable Dors simply worked tirelessly to establish for herself a successful career in cabaret. Her life was didn't always smell of roses: her first husband cheated on her, stole from her, beat her and finally died of syphilis. Another lover who she considered faithful two-timed her with Rock Hudson. She finally found love with husband number three, who killed himself 5 months after her death. This is the amazing story of an actress who loved life and lived it to the full, told with compassion and vigour.

Publisher: JR Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781907532108

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“Shamefull.. words fail me”

Dont bother with this book so badly written and incorrect.. Most of the stories are fabricated or based on news paper extracts and it makes Ms Dors out to be some cheap slut which she was not.. I never bother... More

8th November 2010
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“Not another book about Diana Dors!”

So I thought! But I purchased this book to see what David Bret had to say about Miss Dors. I did find the book a good read there are a lot of things we already knew and some we did not. Yes! maybe somethings are an... More

28th February 2011
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