eyelids at the camera. Meanwhile, all around her was the chaos and noise of battle. Her vital statistics were such that The Goon Show ( see Evergreen, Winter 2006), regularly poked fun in her direction.
“Sabrina” was goddess of the River Severn in Celtic mythology, and a baby name for “princess” but owing to the size of Sabrina’s chest it was used a nickname for two large humps underneath the Hawker Hunter fighter plane and the extra protruding bonnet on ERF lorries because they had “a little more in front”. MG and Triumph sports cars exported to America also had extended rear bumpers known as “Sabrinas”.
In 1967 she married a Hollywood doctor but it ended in divorce and, according to the press she was last heard of in a run- down area of Hollywood living “in squalor”. If true then it is light years away from her glamour days of the late Fifties and Sixties.