Saturday, 24 October 2015

All the sweet years



Miss Diana Dors - once "Britain's answer to Marilyn Monroe" would have celebrated her (84th) birthday yesterday.

Let's hark back a few years, and join Russell Harty, her houseboys and some chums (including Adam Ant, Tom O'Connor and Olympic swimmer Duncan Goodhew) at her house party...



Where did they go, all the good times?
And the flowers and the wine
The young men who held me
All the lovers who were mine
Where did they go, all the sweet years
Filled with laughter ev'ry day
When time went on forever
Oh, when did they slip away?


Indeed.

RIP, darling.

Diana Dors (born Diana Mary Fluck, 23rd October 1931 – 4th May 1984)

4 comments:

  1. Well done to Russell Harty not eyeing up the topless waiters on the way in. Juuuust kept his closet door shut a little longer?

    Had there ever been anyone called Russell who wasn't camp? I can't think of anybody.

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    1. Russell Crowe has "played gay" before, but never struck me as particularly camp... Jx

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  2. Well you're the gatekeeper i suppose

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