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Baby blue Chelsea townhouse once home to Diana Dors for sale for £4.5m

  • A baby blue house in Chelsea where the “English Marilyn Monroe” entertained everyone from the Kray twins to royalty is on the market for £4.5 million. The four-bedroom double-fronted house on Burnsall Street near the King’s Road was home to film actress Diana Dors between 1953 and 1968. The blonde bombshell held decadent parties with two-way mirrors and secret filming of guests, who included filmstars, gangsters, glamour models and even allegedly male royals, as detailed in her autobiography.

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Steaming
Steaming
R
1h 35min
1985
Children of the Full Moon
Children of the Full Moon
1h 41min
1980
Adventures of a Private Eye
Adventures of a Private Eye
R
1h 36min
1977
Adventures of a Taxi Driver
Adventures of a Taxi Driver
1h 29min
1976
Keep It Up Downstairs
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Nothing But the Night
Nothing But the Night
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1h 30min
1975
Nurse Will Make It Better
Nurse Will Make It Better
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Craze
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1h 36min
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G
1h 39min
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Swedish Wildcats
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1h 25min
1972
Deep End
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1970
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1970
Baby Love
Baby Love
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1969
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1968
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1967
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West 11
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1966
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Tread Softly Stranger
1h 30min
1959
The Love Specialist
The Love Specialist
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1959
Passport to Shame
Passport to Shame
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Albums

Swingin' Dors
Swingin' Dors
1960