The Diana Dors double bill is out on DVD! The booklet contains an article by yours truly about Diana’s fashion style and there are lots of pix of her frocks to drool over. I’ve got a copy to give away to one lucky winner. Diana is GREAT in both of these films and I love Jack Hulbert as P.C. Feathers. The recipe of the month here at Silver Screen Suppers is Diana Dors Moussaka so I love the idea of the winner eating the moussaka whilst watching the films! I’m late with this month’s newsletter but hopefully tonight…
Here’s the competition question – what was Diana Dors’ real name? Careful of typos now chums! Enter by leaving a comment below or emailing me at silverscreensuppers – at – yahoo.co.uk Names of those who get it right will go into a hat and the winner will be drawn at random in a grand ceremony in my bed on 1st January.
A busy week this week as I prepare for two momentous things. One, my birthday on Saturday (run for cover, my celebration involves GUNS) and two, my presentation to The Guild of Food Writers about the Silver Screen Suppers project. I am scared and excited in equal measures.
No, wait…. It was Fluck!
Tis Diana fluck! (I think)
Diana Mary Fluck. Have a good one, Jennyberry. Jan x
Diana Mary Fluck!
Have a great time and enjoy your birthday celebrations.
Really exciting times for you! Good work! She was born Diana Mary Fluck.
Big guns for your birthday I hope…
I’ve emailed my answer to you. Looking forward to your talk next week!
Whoopee! Yep, I hit 29 out of 30 clays – it was SO exciting! Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow – Jx
Cannot possibly say if the above are correct – keep on guessing lovely readers – plenty of time to be in with a chance!
Diana Mary Fluck! Although a few sources list Mavis Fluck as well….
Diana Mary Fluck
and if that wasn’t enough to warrant a change of name consider how John Wayne felt when he emerged from the cradle as Marion Robert Morrison!
It was Diana Mary Fluck. And if that wasn’t a good enough reason for a name change, think how John Wayne felt when he emerged from the cradle as Marion Robert Morrison