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Lana Turner

Lana TurnerAKA Julia Jean Mildred Frances Turner

Born: 8-Feb-1920
Birthplace: Wallace, ID
Died: 29-Jun-1995
Location of death: Century City, CA
Cause of death: Cancer - Throat
Remains: Cremated

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: The Postman Always Rings Twice

Husband: Artie Shaw (m. Feb-1940, div. Sep-1940)
Husband: Steve Crane (m. Jul-1942, div. Jan-1943)
Husband: Steve Crane (m. 14-Mar-1943, div. 21-Aug-1944)
Husband: Henry J. Topping (m. 26-Apr-1948, div. 12-Dec-1952)
Husband: Lex Barker (actor, m. 8-Dec-1953, div. 22-Jul-1957)
Husband: Fred May (m. 27-Nov-1960, div. 15-Oct-1962)
Husband: Robert Eaton (m. 22-Jun-1965, div. 1-Apr-1969)
Husband: Ronald Dante (m. 9-May-1969, div. 26-Jan-1972)
Daughter: Cheryl Crane (to Steve Crane, Cheryl later murdered Johnny Stompanato)
Boyfriend: Jorge Guinle (d. 2004)
Boyfriend: Robert Evans
Boyfriend: Judge Wapner (dated in high school)
Boyfriend: Joe Louis
Boyfriend: Oleg Cassini (dated)
Boyfriend: Johnny Stompanato (d. 4-Apr-1958 justifiable homicide by Cheryl Crane)

    High School: Hollywood High School, Hollywood, CA

    Endorsement of American Tobacco Company Lucky Strike cigarettes
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6233 Hollywood Blvd.
    Abortion twice
    Miscarriage three
    Suicide Attempt 1951
    Visited Disneyland on Opening Day
    Risk Factors: Smoking, Appendicitis

    Witches' Brew (1980)
    Bittersweet Love (Oct-1976) · Claire
    Persecution (1974)
    The Big Cube (30-Apr-1969)
    Madame X (27-Apr-1966)
    Love Has Many Faces (24-Feb-1965) · Kit Jordan
    Who's Got the Action? (25-Dec-1962)
    Bachelor in Paradise (1-Nov-1961) · Rosemary Howard
    By Love Possessed (19-Jul-1961) · Marjorie Penrose
    Portrait in Black (27-Jul-1960)
    Imitation of Life (17-Apr-1959) · Lora Meredith
    Another Time, Another Place (2-May-1958)
    The Lady Takes a Flyer (29-Jan-1958)
    Peyton Place (13-Dec-1957) · Constance MacKenzie
    Diane (12-Jan-1956)
    The Rains of Ranchipur (14-Dec-1955) · Edwina Esketh
    The Sea Chase (4-Jun-1955) · Elsa Keller
    The Prodigal (6-May-1955) · Samarra
    Betrayed (7-Sep-1954) · Carla Van Oven
    Flame and the Flesh (1-May-1954)
    Latin Lovers (12-Aug-1953) · Nora Taylor
    The Bad and the Beautiful (25-Dec-1952) · Georgia
    The Merry Widow (5-Sep-1952)
    Mr. Imperium (2-Mar-1951)
    A Life of Her Own (1-Sep-1950) · Lily Brannel James
    The Three Musketeers (20-Oct-1948) · Lady de Winter
    Homecoming (29-Apr-1948) · Lt. Jane "Snapshot" McCall
    Cass Timberlane (6-Nov-1947) · Virginia Marshland
    Green Dolphin Street (5-Nov-1947) · Marianne Patourel
    The Postman Always Rings Twice (2-May-1946) · Cora Smith
    Weekend at the Waldorf (5-Oct-1945) · Bunny Smith
    Keep Your Powder Dry (8-Mar-1945) · Valerie Parks
    Marriage Is a Private Affair (23-Aug-1944)
    Slightly Dangerous (1-Apr-1943) · Peggy Evans
    The Youngest Profession (26-Feb-1943) · Herself
    Somewhere I'll Find You (27-Aug-1942) · Paula Lane
    Johnny Eager (17-Jan-1942) · Lisbeth Bard
    Honky Tonk (1-Oct-1941) · Elizabeth Cotton
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (12-Aug-1941) · Beatrix Emery
    Ziegfeld Girl (25-Apr-1941) · Sheila Regan
    We Who Are Young (19-Jul-1940) · Margy Brooks
    Two Girls on Broadway (19-Apr-1940) · Pat Mahoney
    Dancing Co-Ed (29-Sep-1939)
    These Glamour Girls (18-Aug-1939)
    Calling Dr. Kildare (28-Apr-1939) · Rosalie
    Dramatic School (9-Dec-1938) · Mado
    Rich Man, Poor Girl (12-Aug-1938)
    Love Finds Andy Hardy (22-Jul-1938) · Cynthia
    The Adventures of Marco Polo (7-Apr-1938)
    The Great Garrick (24-Oct-1937) · Auber
    They Won't Forget (9-Oct-1937) · Mary Clay

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