List of the best Diana Dors movies, ranked best to worst with movie trailers when available. Diana Dors's highest grossing movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions around the world. The order of these top Diana Dors movies is decided by how many votes they receive, so only highly rated Diana Dors movies will be at the top of the list. Diana Dors has been in a lot of films, so people often debate each other over what the greatest Diana Dors movie of all time is. If you and a friend are arguing about this then use this list of the most entertaining Diana Dors films to end the squabble once and for all.
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- Yield to the Night is a 1956 British crime drama film starring Diana Dors as a murderess sentenced to hang and spending her last days in the condemned cell in a British women's prison. It was ...more
- Mike (John Moulder-Brown), a 15-year-old bathhouse worker, develops a crush on his older, attractive co-worker, Susan (Jane Asher). At first they help each other secure bigger tips by swapping their ...more
- Joe (Jonathan Ashmore) is a young boy who lives with his mother, Joanna (Celia Johnson), in working-class London. The two reside above the tailor shop of Mr. Kandinsky (David Kossoff), who likes to ...more
- In Napa Valley, Calif., devious Phyllis Hochen (Diana Dors) schemes to run away with her lover, San Sanford (Tom Tryon), and with the money of her husband, winery owner Paul (Rod Steiger). Evading ...more
- The Amazing Mr. Blunden is a 1972 family mystery film directed by Lionel Jeffries, based on the novel The Ghosts by Antonia Barber.
- Passport to Shame aka Room 43, is a 1958 British drama film directed by Alvin Rakoff, written by Patrick Alexander and starring Diana Dors and Herbert Lom.
- Tread Softly Stranger is a 1958 British crime drama directed by Gordon Parry and starring Diana Dors, George Baker and Terence Morgan. The film was shot in black-and-white in film noir style, and its ...more
- As the co-owner and ringmaster of a traveling circus, Monica Rivers (Joan Crawford) is always preoccupied with filling seats. Following the accidental death of a tightrope walker, Rivers is pleased ...more
- The Weak and the Wicked is a 1954 British drama film directed by J. Lee Thompson based on the book by his wife, Joan Henry, starring Glynis Johns, and Diana Dors. Based on a best-selling book and ...more
- Here Come the Huggetts is a 1948 British film, the first of the The Huggetts about a working class English family. All three films were directed by Ken Annakin and released by Gainsborough ...more
- Vote for Huggett is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Ken Annakin and starring Jack Warner, Kathleen Harrison and Diana Dors. Warner reprises his role as the head of a London family, in the ...more
- Baby Love is a 1968 British drama film, directed by Alastair Reid and starring Ann Lynn, Keith Barron, Linda Hayden and Diana Dors. The film tells the story of a schoolgirl who seduces her adoptive ...more
- When 9-year-old orphan Oliver Twist (John Howard Davies) dares to ask his cruel taskmaster, Mr. Bumble (Francis L. Sullivan), for a second serving of gruel, he's hired out as an apprentice. Escaping ...more
- From Beyond the Grave is a 1974 British anthology horror film from Amicus Productions, directed by horror director Kevin Connor, produced by Milton Subotsky and based on stories by R. ...more
- Lady Godiva Rides Again, released in the United States as Bikini Baby, is a 1951 British comedy film starring Pauline Stroud, about a small-town English girl who wins a beauty contest and heads for ...more
- The Last Page, released in the United States as Man Bait, is a 1952 British film noir produced by Hammer Film Productions starring George Brent, Marguerite Chapman and Diana Dors. The film is notable ...more
- Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers) is an egotistical television host who seduces woman at every opportunity. When he meets Marion (Goldie Hawn), an American who has just married a British rock performer ...more
- Steaming is the last film directed by Joseph Losey, released in 1985, the year of his death. It was adapted from Nell Dunn's play by Patricia Losey and Nell Dunn. It was also the last film of actress ...more
- The Long Haul is a 1957 British drama film directed by Ken Hughes and starring Victor Mature, Patrick Allen and Diana Dors. An American ex-servicemen settles in Britain with his English wife and ...more
- The Love Specialist is an Italian-French movie filmed in 1958, and released in the U.S. in 1959 with the title The Love Specialist.
- In the Wild West, vicious but bumbling bandit brothers Emmett (Ernest Borgnine), Frank (Jack Elam) and Rufus Clemens (Strother Martin) botch a heist, and in anger they rape local woman Hannie Caulder ...more
- Diamond City is a 1949 British drama film directed by David MacDonald and starring David Farrar, Honor Blackman, Diana Dors and Niall MacGinnis.
- On The Double is a 1961 film, directed by Melville Shavelson, who also wrote the screenplay with Jack Rose. It stars Danny Kaye who plays, as in many of his films, two roles — in this case, an ...more
- Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? is a 1953 British comedy film directed by Maurice Elvey. The film was based on Vivian Tidmarsh's play by the same name.
- What the Swedish Butler Saw is a 1975 Swedish-American erotic sex comedy film directed by Vernon P. Becker and starring Ole Søltoft, Sue Longhurst and Charlie Elvegård. It is known by several ...more