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Dorothy Lamour
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Actress
    (December 10, 1914-September 22, 1996)
    Birth name was Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton
    Nicknames were The Sarong Girl and The Beautiful One
    Famed for her co-starring roles with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in the 'Road' movies 'Road to Singapore (1940),' 'Road to Zanzibar (1941),' 'Road to Morocco (1942),' 'Road to Utopia (1946),' 'Road to Rio (1947),' 'Road to Bali (1952)' and 'Road to Hong Kong (1962)'
    Also acted in 'The Jungle Princess (1936),' 'The Hurricane (1937),' 'Her Jungle Love (1938),' 'Man About Town (1939),' 'Johnny Apollo (1940),' 'Aloma of the South Seas (1941),' 'Caught in the Draft (1941),' 'Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942),' 'They Got Me Covered (1943),' 'Dixie (1943),' 'Rainbow Island (1944),' 'Masquerade in Mexico (1945),' 'My Favorite Brunette (1947),' 'On Our Merry Way (1948),' 'The Girl From Manhattan (1948),' 'The Lucky Stiff (1949),' 'The Greatest Show on Earth (1952),' 'Donovan's Reef (1962),' 'Pajama Party (1964),' 'Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (1976)' and 'Creepshow 2 (1987)'
    Hosted NBC radio's 'Sealtest Variety Theater' (1948-49)
    Wrote the autobiography 'My Side of the Road' (1980)
    Died of a heart attack at age 81 (1996)
    She started out working as a Chicago department store elevator operator.
    She divorced her first husband after less than 4 years of marriage (1935-39).
    Though known for her sarong, she only wore it in six of her approximately 60 movies.
    She said of her teaming with Hope and Crosby, 'I felt like a wonderful sandwich, a slice of white bread between two slices of ham.'
    She portrayed 'herself' in 11 movies.
    After 'Pajama Party (1964)' she made only three movie appearances within a 23 year span.
    She referred to the dog her son bought her after her second husband died as 'her boyfriend.'
    She was crowned Miss New Orleans (1931).
    She had a smooth singing voice and sang on several radio programs before making a career as an actress.
    She put a face to a sexy style of garment.
    She sold $300 million worth of war bonds touring the U.S. during World War II.
    She was equally comfortable playing comedic or dramatic roles.
    She has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; one for radio and the other for movies.
    She once quoted, 'Glamour is just sex that got civilized.'

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    In 2006, Out of 204 Votes: 42.16% Annoying
    In 2005, Out of 602 Votes: 44.02% Annoying
 
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