Diana Dors was an English actress.


Born Diana Fluck in Swindon, Wiltshire, she became the youngest ever student to be accepted at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. She made her screen debut in The Shop at Sly Corner and her first lead in Diamond City.

As she continued to appear onscreen, Dors gained a reputation as a British sex symbol, appearing in such films as The Last Page and The Unholy Wife, featuring as a cabaret and television star as well as appearing against type as the gruesome Mrs Wickens in The Amazing Mr. Blunden.

Dors passed away in 1984.


Dors sang onscreen on three occasions; performing the "Hokey Pokey Polka" in As Long as They're Happy, "Just One of Those Things" on The Alfred Hitchcock Hour and the theme song "His Name is Galaxy" in Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair.

Dors also released several albums, notably Swinging Dors


As Long as They're Happy (1955)

  • Hokey Pokey Polka (solo)

Confessions from the David Galaxy Affair (1979)

  • His Name is Galaxy (solo)


The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1963)

  • Just One of Those Things (solo)


Swinging Dors (1960)

  • The Point Of No Return (solo)
  • That's How It Is (solo)
  • Let There Be Love (solo)
  • Namely You (solo)
  • Imagination (solo)
  • Roller Coaster Blues (solo)
  • The Gentleman Is A Dope (solo)
  • April Heart (solo)
  • In Love For The Very First Time (solo)
  • Crazy He Calls Me (solo)
  • Come By Sunday (solo)
  • Tired Of Love (solo)

April Heart (1960)

  • April Heart (solo)
  • Point of No Return (solo)

Passing By (1977)

  • Passing By (solo)
  • It's A Small World (solo)

Where Did They Go (1981)

  • Where Did They Go (solo)
  • It's You Again (solo)


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