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Diana Lynn

Diana LynnAKA Dolores Marie Loehr

Born: 7-Oct-1926
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Died: 18-Dec-1971
Location of death: Los Angeles, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest, Manhattan, NY

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Miracle of Morgan's Creek

Father: Louis William Loehr (oil executive)
Mother: Eartha Thes (pianist)
Husband: John C. Lindsay (m. 1948, div. 1954)
Husband: Mortimer W. Hall (m. 1956, until her death, one son, three daughters)
Son: Matthew (b. 1958)
Daughter: Dorothy (b. 1960)
Daughter: Mary (b. 1962)
Daughter: Daisy (b. 1964)

    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6350 Hollywood Blvd. (television)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1625 Vine St. (motion pictures)

    Company of Killers (1970)
    You're Never Too Young (25-Aug-1955)
    The Kentuckian (1-Aug-1955)
    An Annapolis Story (10-Apr-1955) · Peggy
    Track of the Cat (27-Nov-1954) · Gwen Williams
    Plunder of the Sun (26-Aug-1953) · Julie Barnes
    Meet Me at the Fair (Jan-1953)
    The People Against O'Hara (1-Sep-1951) · Ginny Curtayne
    Bedtime for Bonzo (5-Apr-1951)
    My Friend Irma Goes West (26-Jun-1950)
    Rogues of Sherwood Forest (21-Jun-1950) · Lady Marianne
    Paid in Full (15-Feb-1950)
    My Friend Irma (16-Aug-1949)
    Every Girl Should Be Married (25-Dec-1948) · Julie Hudson
    Ruthless (16-Apr-1948)
    Variety Girl (29-Aug-1947) · Herself
    Easy Come, Easy Go (5-Feb-1947)
    Our Hearts Were Growing Up (14-Jun-1946)
    The Bride Wore Boots (8-May-1946)
    Duffy's Tavern (28-Sep-1945) · Herself
    Out of This World (13-Jul-1945)
    Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (2-Sep-1944) · Emily Kimbrough
    And the Angels Sing (25-Apr-1944) · Josie Angel
    The Miracle of Morgan's Creek (5-Jan-1944)
    The Major and the Minor (16-Sep-1942)

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