Diana Lynn

Diana Marie Lynn (born Dolores Eartha Loehr, October 7, 1926 – December 18, 1971) was an American actress.wikipedia
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The Miracle of Morgan's Creek

Her comedic scenes with Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor were well received, and in 1944 she scored an outstanding success in Preston Sturges' The Miracle of Morgan's Creek.
The Miracle of Morgan's Creek is a 1944 screwball comedy film written and directed by Preston Sturges, starring Eddie Bracken and Betty Hutton, and featuring Diana Lynn, William Demarest and Porter Hall.

The Major and the Minor

Her comedic scenes with Ginger Rogers in The Major and the Minor were well received, and in 1944 she scored an outstanding success in Preston Sturges' The Miracle of Morgan's Creek.
Pamela's teenaged sister Lucy (Diana Lynn) immediately sees through Susan's disguise.

Gail Russell

She appeared in two Henry Aldrich films, and played writer Emily Kimbrough in two films Our Hearts Were Young and Gay and Our Hearts Were Growing Up both co-starring Gail Russell.
It was directed by Lewis Allen who then directed Russell in Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (1944), in which she co-starred with Diana Lynn.

You're Never Too Young

The group reprised their roles for the sequel My Friend Irma Goes West, and five years later Lynn was reunited with Martin and Lewis for one of their last films, You're Never Too Young.
You’re Never Too Young is a 1955 American semi-musical comedy film starring the team of Martin and Lewis, released on August 25, 1955 by Paramount Pictures, and co-starring Diana Lynn, Nina Foch, and Raymond Burr.

Bedtime for Bonzo

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During the 1950s, Lynn acted in a number of films, portraying Spencer Tracy's daughter in the crime drama The People Against O'Hara and the female lead in the much lampooned Bedtime for Bonzo opposite Ronald Reagan.
Bedtime for Bonzo is a 1951 American comedy film directed by Fred de Cordova, starring Ronald Reagan, Diana Lynn, and Peggy as Bonzo.

My Friend Irma (film)

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After a few more films, she was cast in one of the year's biggest successes, the comedy My Friend Irma with Marie Wilson as Irma, and Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis in their film debuts.
The storyline follows two women, Irma Peterson (Marie Wilson) and Jane Stacey (Diana Lynn), who room together in New York.

My Friend Irma Goes West

The group reprised their roles for the sequel My Friend Irma Goes West, and five years later Lynn was reunited with Martin and Lewis for one of their last films, You're Never Too Young.
He is offered a contract and Steve, as well as the rest of the gang, Irma (Marie Wilson), Jane (Diana Lynn) and Seymour (Jerry Lewis), all head to Hollywood.

The People Against O'Hara

During the 1950s, Lynn acted in a number of films, portraying Spencer Tracy's daughter in the crime drama The People Against O'Hara and the female lead in the much lampooned Bedtime for Bonzo opposite Ronald Reagan.
Curtayne's daughter Ginny (Diana Lynn) didn't want her widower dad to take on such a stressful case because he is a recovering alcoholic.

Out of This World (1945 film)

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Out of This World (1945)
Out of This World is a 1945 American romantic comedy film directed by Hal Walker and starring Eddie Bracken, Veronica Lake, and Diana Lynn.

Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (film)

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Our Hearts Were Young and Gay (1944)
The film stars Gail Russell, Diana Lynn, Charlie Ruggles, Dorothy Gish, Beulah Bondi, Bill Edwards and James Brown.

Dolly Hall

Lynn's daughter Dolly Hall is a film producer.
Hall is the eldest daughter of late actress Diana Lynn and Mortimer W. Hall, son of publisher Dorothy Schiff.

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven

Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven (1948)
Texas, Brooklyn and Heaven (UK title: The Girl from Texas) is a 1948 American romantic comedy film directed by William Castle and starring Guy Madison and Diana Lynn.

Peggy (1950 film)

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Peggy (1950)
Peggy is a 1950 American comedy film directed by Frederick De Cordova, and starring Diana Lynn, Charles Coburn, and Charlotte Greenwood.

Every Girl Should Be Married

Every Girl Should Be Married (1948)
When Anabel's best friend Julie (Diana Lynn) warns Madison, he begins to worry, knowing something of Roger's success with women.

Ruthless (film)

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Ruthless (1948)
Diana Lynn as Martha / Mallory

Our Hearts Were Growing Up

Our Hearts Were Growing Up (1946)
The film stars Gail Russell, Diana Lynn, Brian Donlevy, Billy De Wolfe, James Brown and Bill Edwards.

Rogues of Sherwood Forest

Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950)
Rogues of Sherwood Forest is a 1950 Technicolor Columbia Pictures film directed by Gordon Douglas and featuring John Derek as Robin the Earl of Huntingdon, the son of Robin Hood, Diana Lynn as Lady Marianne, and Alan Hale, Sr. in his third movie as Little John over a 28-year span; he'd played the part opposite Douglas Fairbanks in 1922 and Errol Flynn in 1938, one of the longest periods over which any film actor played the same major role.

Duffy's Tavern (film)

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Duffy's Tavern (1945)
Diana Lynn as herself

Henry Aldrich Plays Cupid

Henry Aldrich Plays Cupid (1944)
The film stars Jimmy Lydon, Charles Smith, John Litel, Olive Blakeney, Diana Lynn and Vaughan Glaser.

Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour

Henry Aldrich Gets Glamour (1942)
The film stars Jimmy Lydon, Charles Smith, John Litel, Olive Blakeney, Diana Lynn and Frances Gifford.

An Annapolis Story

An Annapolis Story (1955)
An Annapolis Story (alternative titles: The Blue and Gold and Navy Air Patrol) is a 1955 American drama film directed by Don Siegel and starring John Derek, Diana Lynn and Kevin McCarthy.

Paid in Full (1950 film)

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Paid in Full (1950)
The film stars Robert Cummings, Lizabeth Scott, Diana Lynn, Eve Arden, Ray Collins and Frank McHugh.