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References edit "Last Night's Cable Flashes". The Argus. Melbourne, Australia. 24 November 1956. p. 6 via Trove. a b "Alan Hodgson on ITV". Daily Herald. p. 4 via British Newspaper Archive. (subscription required) "Spring Decorating".
6 Stevens was reportedly briefly married to the actor. Peter Wyngarde in the early 1950s 7 8 and later married Canadian cinematographer William Michael Boultbee (19332005) in Nairobi in 1957 9 while filming for African Patrol.
11 Filmography edit Selected television appearances edit Year Programme Episode Role 1953 Sunday Night Theatre "Once in a Lifetime" Coat-check girl 1955 Fabian of the Yard "The King's Hat" a Lady Edith Garven 1955 Confidentially Receptionist 1956 Sixpenny Corner Miss Golightly 1959 Dial 999 "50,000.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search. Dorinda Stevens ( ) was a British television and film actress of the 1950s and 1960s. 1 2 3 Contents Biography edit Stevens was born Doreen May Stevens in.
Variety. 13 November 1957. p. 20. Grieg, Michael (14 February 1960). "A New Twist for a Ripping Old Horror Story". San Francisco Examiner. p. 13 via m. Watmough, David. "Film Hypnosis - A New Kick for Horror Fans".
San Francisco Examiner. pp. 2021 via m. Chibnall, Steve; McFarlane, Brian (2017). The British 'B' Film. Bloomsbury Publishing. p. 185. ISBN. External links edit Retrieved from " p?titleDorinda_Stevens oldid ".
Sydney, Australia. p. 51 via m. Su, Holmes (2005). British TV and Film Culture of the 1950s: Coming to a TV Near You. UK: Intellect Books. p. 191. ISBN. "Film Reviews: Not Wanted on Voyage".
Southampton in the UK, 4 the daughter of Henry C. Stevens and Winifred (ne Lucas). 5 During World War II aged ten she was evacuated to. Houghton in Hampshire where she appeared in amateur dramatics to entertain the troops.
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