Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Later years 4 Personal life 5 Death 6 Selected filmography 7 Broadway musicals 8 Books 9 In popular culture 10 References 11 External links

Early life[edit] Dorothy Lamour was born Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton[2] in New Orleans,[3] the daughter of Carmen Louise and John Watson Slaton, both of whom were waiters.[citation needed] Lamour was of French Louisianan, Spanish, and Irish descent. Her parents' marriage lasted only a few years. Her mother married for the second time to Clarence Lambour, whose surname Dorothy later adopted and modified as her stage name.[4] That marriage also ended in divorce when Dorothy was a teenager. Lamour in Road to Bali (1952) Lamour quit school at the age of 14 and, after taking a business course, worked as a secretary to support herself and her mother. She began entering beauty pageants and was crowned "Miss New Orleans" in 1931. Miss Lamour was close friends with Dorothy Dell, of whom was part of the Ziegfeld Follies. Lamour used the prize money to support herself while she worked in a stock theatre company. She and her mother later moved to Chicago where Lamour found a job working at Marshall Field's department store. At Marshall Field's department store, she worked as an elevator operator at the age of 16. Her then boss, Douglas Singleterry, referred to her as 'Dolly Face'; he also recalled that she'd spend a lot of her time auditioning around Chicago. She was discovered by orchestra leader Herbie Kay when he spotted her in performance at a Chicago talent show held at the Hotel Morrison. She had an audition the very next day; Kay hired her as a singer for his orchestra and, in 1935, Lamour went on tour with him. Her work with Kay eventually led Lamour to vaudeville and work in radio.[5] In 1935, she had her own fifteen-minute weekly musical program on NBC Radio. Lamour also sang on the popular Rudy Vallee radio show and The Chase and Sanborn Hour. On January 30, 1944, Lamour starred in "For This We Live," an episode of Silver Theater on CBS radio.[6]

Career[edit] In 1936, Lamour moved to Hollywood. Around that time, Carmen married her third husband, Ollie Castleberry, and the family lived in Los Angeles.[7] That same year, she did a screen test for Paramount Pictures and signed a contract with them.[5] Lamour began appearing regularly in films for Paramount Pictures. She made her first film for Paramount, College Holiday, in which she has a bit part as an uncredited dancer. Her second film for Paramount, The Jungle Princess (1936), solidified her fame. In the film, Lamour plays the role of "Ulah," a jungle native who wore an Edith Head-designed sarong throughout the film. The Jungle Princess was a big hit for the studio and Lamour would be associated with sarongs for the rest of her career.[8] From 1937 to 1939, Lamour appeared in John Ford's The Hurricane (1937), Spawn of the North (1938; with George Raft, Henry Fonda, and John Barrymore), and Disputed Passage (1939). Lamour in Road to Bali (1952) In 1940, Lamour co-starred in the first of several Road to... films with Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. The movies were enormously popular during the 1940s, and they regularly placed among the top moneymaking films each year. While the films centered more on Hope and Crosby, Lamour held her own as their "straight man", and sang some of her most popular songs. The series essentially ended with the release of Road to Hong Kong, in 1962, in which Lamour made only a cameo appearance. Actress Joan Collins was the female lead in that picture. During World War II, Lamour was among the most popular pinup girls among American servicemen, along with Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, Lana Turner, and Veronica Lake. Lamour was also known for her volunteer work, selling war bonds during tours in which movie stars would travel the country selling U.S. government bonds to the public. Lamour reportedly sold $300 million worth of bonds earning her the nickname "The Bond Bombshell." She also volunteered at the Hollywood Canteen where she would dance and talk to soldiers. In 1965, Lamour was awarded a belated citation from the United States Department of the Treasury for her war bond sales.[1] Lamour with Bing Crosby in Road to Bali (1952), a pinnacle after which Lamour's career declined. Some of Lamour's other notable films include Johnny Apollo (1940; with Tyrone Power), Aloma of the South Seas (1941), Beyond the Blue Horizon (1942), Dixie (1943; with Bing Crosby), A Medal for Benny (1945), My Favorite Brunette (1947; with Bob Hope), On Our Merry Way (1948), Slightly French (1949) and a supporting role in the best picture Oscar-winner The Greatest Show on Earth (1952; with Charlton Heston). Her other leading men included William Holden, Ray Milland, James Stewart, Jack Benny, and Fred MacMurray. Lamour emceed Front and Center, a 1947[9] variety comedy show, as a summer replacement for The Fred Allen Show, with the Army Air Force recruiting as sponsors. The show changed to The Sealtest[10] Variety Theater in September[11] 1948. Lamour starred in a number of movie musicals and sang in many of her comedies and dramatic films as well. She introduced a number of standards, including "The Moon of Manakoora," "I Remember You," "It Could Happen to You," "Personality," and "But Beautiful." The Road To Bali would prove to be the swan song of Lamour's film career. Afterwards, she began a new life as a nightclub entertainer and a stage actress. In the 1960s, she returned to the screen for secondary roles in three films, including John Ford's Donovan's Reef (1963) with John Wayne and Lee Marvin, and became more active in live theater, headlining a road company of Hello Dolly! for over a year near the end of the decade.

Later years[edit] With Bob Hope in Road to Bali (1952) In the 1970s, Lamour was a popular draw on the dinner theatre circuit. In 1980, Lamour published her autobiography, My Side of the Road, and revived her nightclub act. During the remainder of the decade, she performed in plays and television shows such as Hart to Hart, Crazy Like a Fox, Remington Steele, and Murder, She Wrote. In 1987, she made one last big-screen appearance in the movie Creepshow 2, appearing with George Kennedy as an aging couple who are killed during a robbery. The wooden, Native American statue in front of their general store comes to life to avenge their death. The 72-year-old Lamour quipped: "Well, at my age you can't lean against a palm tree and sing 'Moon of Manakoora'," she said. "People would look at that and say, 'What is she trying to do?'"[12] During the 1990s, she made only a handful of professional appearances but remained a popular interview subject for publications and TV talk and news programs. In 1995, the musical Swinging on a Star, a revue of songs written by Johnny Burke (who wrote many of the most famous Road to ... movie songs as well as the score to Lamour's film And the Angels Sing (1944)) opened on Broadway and ran for three months; Lamour was credited as a "special advisor." It was nominated for the Best Musical Tony Award; the actress playing her in the road movie segment, Kathy Fitzgerald, was also nominated.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit] In The Hurricane (1937) Lamour's first marriage was to orchestra leader Herbie Kay, whose orchestra Lamour sang with. The two married in 1935 and divorced in 1939.[13][14] Early in her career, Lamour met J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. According to Hoover's biographer Richard Hack, Hoover pursued a romantic relationship with Lamour, and the two spent a night together at a Washington, D.C. hotel. When Lamour was later asked if she and Hoover had a sexual relationship, she replied: "I cannot deny it."[15] In her autobiography, My Side of the Road (1980), Lamour does not discuss Hoover in detail; she refers to him only as "a lifelong friend".[16] On April 7, 1943, Lamour married former Air Force Captain and advertising executive William Ross Howard III in Beverly Hills.[17] The couple had two sons: John Ridgely (born January 1946) and Richard Thomson Howard (born October 1949).[18][19] In the 1960s and 1970s, Lamour and Howard lived in the Baltimore suburb of Sudbrook Park.[20] She also owned a home in Palm Springs, California.[21] Howard died in 1978.[1]

Death[edit] Grave of Dorothy Lamour, at Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills Lamour died at her home in North Hollywood on September 22, 1996, at the age of 81.[1] She was interred in the Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills Cemetery in Los Angeles.[22] For her contribution to the radio and motion picture industry, Lamour has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her star for her radio contributions is located at 6240 Hollywood Boulevard and her star for her motion picture contributions is located at 6332 Hollywood Boulevard.[23]

Selected filmography[edit] Films Year Title Role Notes 1936 College Holiday Dancer Uncredited 1936 The Jungle Princess Ulah 1937 Swing High, Swing Low Anita Alvarez 1937 The Last Train from Madrid Carmelita Castillo 1937 High, Wide, and Handsome Molly Fuller 1937 The Hurricane Marama 1937 Thrill of a Lifetime Specialty 1938 The Big Broadcast of 1938 Dorothy Wyndham 1938 Her Jungle Love Tura 1938 Tropic Holiday Manuela 1938 Spawn of the North Nicky Duval 1939 St. Louis Blues Norma Malone 1939 Man About Town Diana Wilson 1939 Disputed Passage Audrey Hilton 1940 Road to Singapore Mima 1940 Johnny Apollo Lucky Dubarry 1940 Typhoon Dea 1940 Moon Over Burma Arla Dean 1940 Chad Hanna Albany Yates / Lady Lillian 1941 Road to Zanzibar Donna Latour 1941 Caught in the Draft Antoinette "Tony" Fairbanks 1941 Aloma of the South Seas Aloma 1942 The Fleet's In The Countess 1942 Star Spangled Rhythm Herself 1942 Beyond the Blue Horizon Tama 1942 Road to Morocco Princess Shalmar 1943 They Got Me Covered Christina Hill 1943 Dixie Millie Cook 1943 Riding High Ann Castle 1944 And the Angels Sing Nancy Angel 1944 Rainbow Island Lona 1945 A Medal for Benny Lolita Sierra 1945 Duffy's Tavern Herself 1945 Road to Utopia Sal Van Hoyden 1945 Masquerade in Mexico Angel O'Reilly 1947 My Favorite Brunette Carlotta Montay Alternative title: The Private Eye 1947 Variety Girl Herself 1947 Wild Harvest Fay Rankin 1947 Road to Rio Lucia Maria de Andrade 1948 On Our Merry Way Gloria Manners Alternative title: A Miracle Can Happen 1948 Lulu Belle Lulu Belle 1949 The Girl from Manhattan Carol Maynard 1949 The Lucky Stiff Anna Marie St. Claire 1949 Slightly French Mary O'Leary 1949 Manhandled Merl Kramer 1951 Here Comes the Groom Herself Uncredited 1952 The Greatest Show on Earth Phyllis 1952 Road to Bali Princess Lala 1962 The Road to Hong Kong Herself 1963 Donovan's Reef Miss Laflour 1964 Pajama Party Head Saleslady 1970 The Phynx Herself 1976 Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood Visiting Film Star 1987 Creepshow 2 Martha Spruce (segment "Old Chief Wood'nhead"), (final film role) Television Year Title Role Notes 1955 Damon Runyon Theater Sally Bracken Episode: "The Mink Doll" 1967 I Spy Halima Episode: "The Honorable Assassins" 1969 The Name of the Game Stella Fisher Episode: "Chains of Command" 1970 Love, American Style Holly's Mother Segment: "Love and the Pick-Up" 1971 Marcus Welby, M.D. Mary DeSocio Episode: "Echos from Another World" 1976 Death at Love House Denise Christian Television movie Alternative title: The Shrine of Lorna Love 1980 The Love Boat Lil Braddock Episode: "That's My Dad/The Captain's Bird/Captive Audience" 1984 Hart to Hart Katherine Prince Episode: "Max's Waltz" 1984 Remington Steele Dorothy Lamour Episode: "Cast in Steele" 1986 Crazy like a Fox Rosie Episode: "Rosie" 1987 Murder, She Wrote Mrs. Ellis Episode: "No Accounting for Murder"

Broadway musicals[edit] Year Show 1958 Oh, Captain! 1995 Swinging on a Star

Books[edit] "My Side of the Road". Good Reads. Autobiography. Prentice-Hall. 1980. ISBN 9780132185943. Retrieved April 17, 2010. 

In popular culture[edit] Lamour is the heroine of Matilda Bailey's young adult novel, Dorothy Lamour and the Haunted Lighthouse (1947), whose "heroine has the same name and appearance as the famous actress but has no connection ... it is as though the famous actress has stepped into an alternate reality in which she is an ordinary person." The story was written for a young teenage audience and is reminiscent of the adventures of Nancy Drew. It is part of a series known as "Whitman Authorized Editions", 16 books published between 1941-1947 that each featured a film actress as heroine.[24] She was featured in a brief print run of 2-3 issues during the 1950s, in Dorothy Lamour Jungle Princess Comics, a series of comic books dedicated to her on-film Jungle Princess persona (featuring screenshots from past movies as the covers).[citation needed]

References[edit] ^ a b c d Severo, Richard (September 23, 1996). "Dorothy Lamour, 81, Sultry Sidekick in Road Films, Dies". The New York Times. Retrieved 2010-08-20.  ^ Lamour herself remarks "It does get a little confusing; for example, my full name would be Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton Lambour Lamour Kay Kaumeyer Howard if you keep count. But at this point, I was just terribly happy to be Mrs. Herbie Kay." My side of the road page 39 ^ James Robert Parish; Michael R. Pitts (2003). Hollywood Songsters: Garland to O'Connor. p. 477. ISBN 0415943337.  ^ Room, Adrian (2010). Dictionary of Pseudonyms: 13,000 Assumed Names and Their Origins (5th ed.). McFarland. p. 273. ISBN 0-786-44373-1.  ^ a b Parish, James Robert; Pitts, Michael R. (2003). Hollywood Songsters: Singers Who Act and Actors Who Sing: A Biographical Dictionary. 2. Taylor & Francis. p. 447. ISBN 0-415-94333-7.  ^ "Drama". The Nebraska State Journal. January 30, 1944. p. 36. Retrieved March 31, 2015 – via  ^ 1940 United States Federal Census ^ Jorgensen, Jay (2010). Edith Head: The Fifty-Year Career of Hollywood's Greatest Costume Designer. Running Press. pp. 50–51. ISBN 0-762-44173-9.  ^ Hollywood Songsters: Garland to O'Connor – James Robert Parish, Michael R. Pitts – Google Books ^ On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio – John Dunning – Google Books ^ Sealtest Variety Theater (Episode: "Boris Karloff Throws a Halloween Party") October 28, 1948 ^ ^ Lee, William F. (2005). American Big Bands. Hal Leonard Corporation. p. 119. ISBN 0-634-08054-7.  ^ Adelson, Suzanne (1982-02-22). "It's Toujours Lamour—Dorothy Is Back on the Road Again at Age 67". People. 17 (7). ISSN 0093-7673.  ^ Ackerman, Kenneth D. (2001-11-09). "Five myths about J. Edgar Hoover". Retrieved 11 December 2012.  ^ Lamour, Dorothy; McInnes, Dick (1980). My Side of the Road. Prentice-Hall. p. 33. ISBN 0-132-18594-6.  ^ "Indoors Setting For Wedding Of Dorothy Lamour". Ottawa Citizen. 1943-04-06. p. 19. Retrieved 11 December 2012.  ^ "Son Is Born To Dorothy Lamour". Ellensburg Daily Record. 1946-01-08. p. 1. Retrieved 11 December 2012.  ^ "Dorothy Lamour Gives Birth to Her Second Son". The Milwaukee Journal. 1949-10-21. p. 22. Retrieved 11 December 2012.  ^ "Dorothy Lamour" (PDF). Baltimore Magazine: 53.  ^ Meeks, Eric G. (2012). The Best Guide Ever to Palm Springs Celebrity Homes. Horatio Limburger Oglethorpe. p. 151. ISBN 978-1479328598.  ^ Keister, Douglas (2010). Forever L.A.: A Field Guide to Los Angeles Area Cemeteries & Their Residents. Gibbs Smith. p. 167. ISBN 1-423-60522-5.  ^ "Hollywood Star Walk: Dorothy Lamour". Retrieved 11 December 2012.  ^ "Whitman Authorized Editions for Girls". Retrieved September 10, 2009. 

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