Sunday, 18 April 2021

Dolores Fuller

Born: 10 March 1923, South Bend, Indiana, USA
Died: 9 May 2011, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
In the mid 1950s Dolores Fuller fell in love with Ed Wood Jr. and helped him make some of his most famous films including Glen or Glenda (1953), often supplying him with costumes for his female characters and also his cross-dressing.
Dolores Fuller, under the name Dee Fuller, was also a songwriter. She wrote songs that were sung by Elvis Presley in some of his films. She also wrote songs for Nat King Cole and Tanya Tucker.

Mesa of Lost Women (1953) as Lost Woman, Blonde 'Watcher in the Woods'

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