Diana Lynn was born on October 7, 1926 in Los Angeles, California, USA. She was an American Actress, known for An Annapolis Story (1955), The People against O'Hara (1951), Track of the Cat (1954), Diana Lynn's first movie on record is from 1946. Diana Lynn died on December 18, 1971 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1955.
Diana Lynn Filmography [Auszug]
1955: [/ /1] An Annapolis Story (Cast), Directed by Don Siegel, with John Derek, Kevin McCarthy,
1955: [/ /1] You're never too young (Cast: Nancy Collins), Directed by Norman Taurog, with Raymond Burr, Nina Foch, Jerry Lewis,
1955:  The Kentuckian (Il kentuckiano) (Cast: Susie Spann), Directed by Burt Lancaster, with Burt Lancaster, Dianne Foster,
1954: [11.27] Track of the Cat (Cast: Gwen Williams), Directed by William A. Wellman, with Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright,
1951: [/ /1] The People against O'Hara (Cast: Virginia 'Ginny' Curtayne), Directed by John Sturges, with Michael Tolan, Spencer Tracy, Pat O'Brien,
1950: [/ /1] My friend Irma goes west (Cast: Jane), Directed by Hal Walker, with Corinne Calvet, Jerry Lewis, John Lund,
1950:  Rogues of Sherwood Forest (Cast), Directed by Gordon Douglas, with John Derek, George MacReady,
1949:  My Friend Irma (Cast), Directed by George Marshall, with John Lund, Marie Wilson,
1948: [04.16] Ruthless (Ohne Erbarmen) (Cast), Directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, with Lucille Bremer, Raymond Burr, Sydney Greenstreet,
1946: [/ /1] The Bride wore boots (Cast: Mary Lou Medford), Directed by Irving Pichel, with Robert Benchley, Peggy Wood, Natalie Wood,
1946:  Our hearts were growing up (Cast), Directed by William D. Russell, with Brian Donlevy, Gail Russell,
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