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Dolores Reed Profile

Dolores Reed
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(Dolores Jane Mickles)
11 October 32 is born in Detroit, Michigan to Gilbert and Rhoma Mickles
50 marries Philip R Hoffman
16 September 50 her daughter Dana Kristine is born
c. 51 divorces Hoffman
31 July 53 marries Larry Eugene Reed in Los Angeles
55 attends Law School in Southern California
March 55 divorces Reed in Los Angeles
? is engaged to a young dancer
? dances in the road company of Sid Caesar's Broadway musical Little Me
? occasionally uses the name "Delilah Dane"
April 56 is featured in Breezy
56 is featured in Adam
February 57 as Dolly Reed, she is featured in Peep Show
57 is the centerfold in Bare
is featured in Glamour Photography
Spring 58 is featured in Modern Man Quarterly #II where she is labeled as "Hollywood's New Jane Russell"
June 58 is featured in Frolic
July 58 is George Fenneman's assistant on ABC-TV's quiz program "Anybody Can Play"
November 58 is the centerfold in 21
59 is featured in Adams 1959-1960 calendar
January 59 columnist Walter Winchell reports that "Tommy Manville would marry Dolores Reed (of Lou Costello's act) but she is very fussy..."
is featured in Scamp
February 59 is Frolic's "Miss 1959"
April 59 is featured in Glance
July 60 is seen at El Morocco with TV's Wyatt Earp, Hugh O'Brian
columnist Dorothy Kilgallen writes: "Hugh O'Brian's date at the Hob Nob hideaway was cover girl Dolores Reed"
c. 60 marries Boyce Leon Mosco, a salesman. He had been convicted on armed robbery earlier that year, but the sentence was later overturned. Boyce will die in 2009 at age 79.
15 May 61 her daughter Melody Mickles is born
September 62 is on the cover of Modern Man
63 performs at the Dunn Hotel in Las Vegas
her husband is arrested for robbing an armored truck
4 August 63 as Delores Jane Mosco, she dies at age 30 in Los Angeles from a Morphine Barbiturate Overdose
9 August 63 is buried at Roosevelt Memorial Park in Los Angeles
15 August 20 her daughter, Dana is interviewed by Samuel Clemens. She says that her mother was a kind and talented woman who was treated poorly by a lot of men in Hollywood. She also loved to sew and knit.
Sources:
Cathy Ellis, Samuel Clemens, Timothy Barton, Sir!, Charleston Daily Mail, The Lima News, The Coshocton Tribune, The Los Angeles Times
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