Jayne Mansfield and The Beatles


In 1967, Jayne Mansfield was killed in her mid-30's (34) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ...

In 1997, Princess Diana was killed in her mid-30's (36) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ...

Those were the only two car crashes ever in which the only people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver. ...





Actress Jayne Mansfield and Princess Diana were victims of the only two car crashes in history in which the only three people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver. ... 




Princess Diana's funeral song, CANDLE IN THE WIND 1997, was a hasty rewrite of CANDLE IN THE WIND, a tribute to actress Marilyn Monroe. ...

Actress Jayne Mansfield was known as "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" and actress Diana Dors was known as "the English Marilyn Monroe." ...





Princess Diana's funeral song was a rewrite of a tribute to Marilyn Monroe.  Jayne Mansfield was "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" while Diana Dors was "the English Marilyn Monroe." ...




There are only two rock-and-roll albums ever with Diana Dors ("the English Marilyn Monroe") on the cover:


1. SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND - The Beatles' 1967 studio album. 

2. "SINGLES" - The 1995 compilation of The Smiths previously released singles. 



A "LONELY HEARTS CLUB" is for unmarried adults, people classified as "SINGLES." ...



The two rock-and-roll albums with Diana Dors ("the English Marilyn Monroe") on the cover happen to be:


1. The final Beatles album released before Jayne Mansfield, her boyfriend and her temporary driver for the night are killed in a car crash. 

2. The final Smiths album released before Princess Diana, her boyfriend and her temporary driver for the night are killed in a car crash.



The two rock-and-roll albums with Diana Dors on the cover both end with songs referring to fatal car crashes:


1. SGT. PEPPER'S ends with A DAY IN THE LIFE where the lyrics say:


He blew his mind out in a car
He didn't notice that the lights had
changed


2. "SINGLES" ends with THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT where the lyrics say:


and if a double-decker bus
crashes into us
...
and if a ten ton truck
kills the both of us





The last Beatles album before Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash and the last Smiths compilation before Princess Diana's fatal car crash
are the only two rock-and-roll albums that featured actress Diana Dors on the cover.  Both end with songs referring to fatal car crashes. ...




SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released on June 1, the date of Marilyn Monroe's birth. ...

The Beatles' preceding album, REVOLVER, was released on August 5, the date of Marilyn Monroe's death. ...





The Beatles' album REVOLVER was released on the anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's death.  The Beatles' following album, SGT. PEPPER'S, was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday. ...




In August 1964, a request by Paul McCartney led to The Beatles having their only meeting with Jayne Mansfield. ...

After falling asleep elsewhere, Paul McCartney ended up being the only Beatle who didn't meet Jayne Mansfield. ...





In August 1964, The Beatles had their only meeting ever with Jayne Mansfield.  The meeting was requested by Paul McCartney but he ended up being the only Beatle to miss it. ...




In December 1964, The Beatles released BEATLES FOR SALE, the first Beatles album to have a fold-open gatefold cover. ...

On the inner panel of the gatefold cover of BEATLES FOR SALE Jayne Mansfield's image is directly behind Paul McCartney. ...

Jayne Mansfield is facing in the same sideways direction as Paul McCartney's hand is pointing. ... 





On the inner panel of the gatefold cover of the 1964 album BEATLES FOR SALE, Jayne Mansfield's image is behind Paul McCartney.  Jayne is facing in the direction Paul's hand is pointing. ...




In The Beatles' original UK discography, their first gatefold cover was BEATLES FOR SALE. ...

In The Beatles' original UK discography, their second gatefold cover was SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

On the inner panel of the gatefold cover of BEATLES FOR SALE, The Beatles are posed in front of a mural of film-stars. ...

Likewise, on the front of the gatefold cover of SGT. PEPPER'S, The Beatles are posed with a crowd of celebrity images. ...

On the inside of BEATLES FOR SALE, Jayne Mansfield is behind Paul McCartney and facing in the direction Paul's hand is pointing. ... 

Place the inner gatefold panel of BEATLES FOR SALE beside the front cover of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes to the face of Shirley Temple dressed as an airplane pilot, from the film BRIGHT EYES released in 1934. ...

In the month SGT. PEPPER's was released, Jayne Mansfield died on the night of the day she toured Keesler Air Force Base, at age 34. ...

On the inner gatefold panel of BEATLES FOR SALE there is a curved vertical line beside the face of Jayne Mansfield. ...

On SGT. PEPPER'S there is a similarly curved vertical line beside Shirley Temple who is dressed as an airplane pilot. ...

On SGT. PEPPER'S, the image of Shirley Temple dressed as an airplane pilot is next to the wax figure of Diana Dors. ...

Diana Dors was "the English Marilyn Monroe" when Jayne Mansfield was "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe." ...


June 1, 1967 - The Beatles release their album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND on Marilyn Monroe's birthday. ... 

June 3, 1967 - An English Flight (Air Ferry) crashes in France, killing all 88 people on board. ...  

June 4, 1967 - An English Flight (BMA) crashes in England, killing 72 of the 84 people on board. ... 

June 29, 1967 - Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - dies in a car crash on the night of the day she toured Keesler Air Force Base. ... 




 
Place the inner panel of The Beatles' first gatefold cover (BEATLES FOR SALE) beside the front panel of their second gatefold cover (SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND).
Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes to Shirley Temple dressed as an airplane pilot in the film BRIGHT EYES, released 1934.  Shirley Temple is beside Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe."
Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe," died on the night of the day she toured an Air Force Base at age 34, in the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday. ...





On BEATLES FOR SALE, the curved line beside Jayne Mansfield is virtually parallel to the curved line on SGT. PEPPER'S beside Shirley Temple dressed as an airplane pilot. 
SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the first week of June 1967 - the week with the deadliest weekend in the history of England's aviation industry.
SGT. PEPPER'S was released in the month Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe," would die in a car crash on the night of a day she had toured an Air Force Base. ... 




On the inner panel of The Beatles' first gatefold cover, BEATLES FOR SALE, Paul McCartney would be facing Jayne Mansfield if only he would turn around. ...

On the back of The Beatles' second gatefold cover, SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, Paul McCartney is the only Beatle who is turned around. ...

The Beatles released SGT. PEPPER'S on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month (June 1967) that Jayne Mansfield "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" will die. ...  





On the inner panel of The Beatles' first gatefold cover, Paul McCartney would be looking at Jayne Mansfield if he turned around.
On the back panel of The Beatles' second gatefold cover, Paul McCartney is the only one of The Beatles who is turned around. ...




Jayne Mansfield's signature role, from both the play and the film, "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?", is the fictional movie queen Rita Marlowe. ...

Rita Marlowe is a spoof of Marilyn Monroe, on whose birthday The Beatles released SGT. PEPPER'S in the month that Jayne Mansfield would be killed. ...


"Jayne went to New York and auditioned for a role in an upcoming Broadway stage comedy, WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? 
 The play's pivotal character was Rita Marlowe, a platinum blonde movie sex symbol; a thinly disguised surface burlesque of - who else?
  - Marilyn Monroe. ... Theater critics were unanimous in their praise of Broadway's new blonde.  Walter Winchell said, 'Jayne Mansfield
 is as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe in every department and effortlessly delivers the most devastating impression in years.' ... Her public
 image as a synthetic Monroe was to dominate the rest of Mansfield's professional life. ... The news of Jayne's existence spread nationwide
 when on two occasions she graced the cover of LIFE. ..."

 - FILMS IN REVIEW.  James Robert Haspiel and Charles Hirshberg.  June 1976.





Jayne Mansfield's signature role (from both the Broadway and Hollywood version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?") is the fictional movie queen Rita Marlowe. 
Rita Marlowe was a parody of Marilyn Monroe, on whose birthday SGT. PEPPER'S was released in the month (June 1967) that Jayne Mansfield would suffer her fatal car crash. ... 




Jayne Mansfield's signature role, from the play and the film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" was "Rita" Marlowe. ...

Place the inner panel of the BEATLES FOR SALE gatefold cover beside the back panel of the SGT. PEPPER'S gatefold cover. ... 

Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes to the place where there are three consecutive lines beginning with the words, "Lovely Rita." ...

The three consecutive lines beginning with the words "Lovely Rita" are directly beside the lines mentioning a fatal car crash. ... 





Place the inner panel of The Beatles' first gatefold cover (BEATLES FOR SALE) beside the back panel of their second gatefold cover (SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND). 
Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes to the beginning of the song LOVELY RITA where the first three lines begin with the words "Lovely Rita" that are beside the lines referring to a fatal car crash. 
Jayne Mansfield's signature role was "Rita" Marlowe, a spoof of Marilyn Monroe.  SGT. PEPPER'S is released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month of Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash. ...  




In 1957, Jayne Mansfield reprised her Broadway role of "Rita" Marlowe for the film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" ... 

In 1957, the film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" was released in England with an alternate title, "OH! FOR A MAN." ...

The title "OH! FOR A MAN" is similar to FOR MEN ONLY, an unrelated album released in 1957 with Jayne Mansfield posed on the cover. ...

On that 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, the 2nd song on side one is titled "HEART" and the 2nd song on side two is titled "PEPPER, HOT BABY." ...

That's "HEART" and "PEPPER" as in SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, released in the month of Jayne Mansfield's fatal crash. ...





In 1957, Jayne Mansfield reprised her Broadway role of Rita Marlowe for the Hollywood film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" 
In England, the film was titled "OH! FOR A MAN" which is similar to the title of a 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, with Jayne Mansfield on the cover. 
On that 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, the 2nd song on side one is titled "HEART" and the 2nd song on side two is titled "PEPPER HOT BABY."
That's "HEART" and "PEPPER" as in SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, that will be released in the month Jayne Mansfield will die. ... 




Jayne Mansfield was born Vera Jayne Palmer. ...

Vera Jayne Palmer became Jayne Mansfield by marriage. ...  

Jayne Mansfield's first husband was Paul James Mansfield. ...  

Paul McCartney's full birth-name was James Paul McCartney. ...

Jayne Mansfield and Paul James Mansfield began their divorce proceedings in 1956. ...

While divorcing Jayne Mansfield, Paul James Mansfield began his career as a regional manager of the Dr. Pepper company. ...

Jayne Mansfield died in the same month as the release of the album, SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

The title of the album, SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, was provided by James Paul McCartney. ...  

Three years earlier, Jayne Mansfield appears inside BEATLES FOR SALE, directly behind James Paul McCartney. ...





Jayne Mansfield was born Vera Jayne Palmer.  She became Jayne Mansfield after marrying Paul James Mansfield.  During their divorce, Paul James Mansfield began his career with the Dr. Pepper company. 
Jayne Mansfield died in the month SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released.  The album title, SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, came from James Paul McCartney. 
Three years before the release of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, Jayne Mansfield's image appeared directly behind James Paul McCartney on the inner gatefold of BEATLES FOR SALE. ...
 




In June 1967, The Beatles' album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released on the birthday of Marilyn Monroe. ...

In June 1967, Jayne Mansfield ("the poor man's Marilyn Monroe") died crashing into the rear of a "JOHNSON MOTOR LINES" truck. ...

Perhaps the last thing Jayne Mansfield would have seen before dying was the large sign "JOHNSON" on the back doors of the truck. ...

Later in that same year, a comedy album was released with the title, LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

The title of the album LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND refers to American President Lyndon Johnson. ...

The Beatles released SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND on Marilyn Monroe's birthday, June 1, 1967. ...

President Lyndon Johnson welcomed Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt to The White House on June 1, 1967. ...

Harold Holt was born on August 5. ...

Marilyn Monroe died on August 5. ...  





SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND is released in 1967 on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - will die crashing into the rear of a "JOHNSON MOTOR LINES" truck. 
It is quite possible that the last Jayne Mansfield ever would have seen was the large sign "JOHNSON" on the rear of the truck.  Later in 1967, the comedy album LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND will be released. ...





On Marilyn Monroe's birthday, in 1967, President Lyndon Johnson hosted Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt at The White House.  Harold Holt was born August 5.  Marilyn Monroe died on August 5. 
On Marilyn Monroe's birthday, in 1967, SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released.  Later in 1967 came the release of LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. 
Jayne Mansfield, the "poor man's Marilyn Monroe" was killed crashing into a "JOHNSON MOTOR LINES" truck in the same month as the release of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...



On the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE, the image of Jayne Mansfield's face appears behind Paul McCartney's head. ...

The image of Jayne Mansfield's face is looking in the same sideways direction that Paul McCartney's hand is pointing. ...

Place the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE beside the cover of LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

Jayne Mansfield's line of sight goes to the face of Lyndon Johnson. ... 





From the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE, Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes to Lyndon Johnson's face on the cover of LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...




Continuing with Lyndon Johnson. ...


In 1964, Jayne Mansfield meets The Beatles, except for Paul McCartney. ...

In 1964, Jayne Mansfield appears on the inner gatefold of BEATLES FOR SALE, behind Paul McCartney. ...

In 1964, Jayne Mansfield publishes JAYNE MANSFIELD FOR PRESIDENT. ...

In 1964, Lyndon Johnson wins his only campaign ever for President. ...

In 1967, The Beatles release SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND in the month Jayne Mansfield will crash. ...

In 1967, comedians Earle Doud and Alen Robin release the album LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ... 





1964 was the year Jayne Mansfield met The Beatles and appeared on the inner gatefold of the album BEATLES FOR SALE, directly behind Paul McCartney. 
1964 was the year Jayne Mansfield published JAYNE MANSFIELD FOR PRESIDENT and the year Lyndon Johnson won his only campaign to be President. 
In 1967, The Beatles album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND is followed by LYNDON JOHNSON'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...




Continuing with Lyndon Johnson:


Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - suffered her fatal car crash in the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released.

SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday and includes Marilyn Monroe on the cover. ... 

The famous cover of SGT. PEPPER'S was based on an idea suggested in a drawing by Paul McCartney. ...

In June 1952, Marilyn Monroe was on the cover of PEOPLE TODAY magazine on Paul McCartney's birthday. ...

Marilyn Monroe is above a headline HOT RODS AND COLD SLABS that refers to an article about fatal car crashes. ...

Page 1 of the PEOPLE TODAY magazine starts with a letter to the editor from future-president, Senator Lyndon Johnson. ... 

Senator Lyndon Johnson's letter to the editor is in regard to a past article concerning "air bases." ... 

Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - suffered her fatal car crash on the night of the day she toured Keesler Air Force Base. ... 


"I was very pleased with the excellent review of the overseas air bases situation. ..."
- Lyndon B. Johnson. 
 
Chairman Preparedness Investigating Comm. United States Senate.


"Jayne Mansfield and two men were killed ... when their car rammed the rear of a truck. ...
 Earlier yesterday, Miss Mansfield toured Keesler Air Force Base. ..."
 
- THE REGISTER.  Thursday evening edition.  Santa Ana.  June 29, 1967. 





On the June 18, 1952 cover of PEOPLE TODAY magazine, Marilyn Monroe appears above the headline HOT RODS AND COLD SLABS that refers to a article, on page 2, about fatal car crashes. 
Page 1 of the magazine begins with a letter to the editor from the future-President of the United States, Lyndon Johnson.  Senator Lyndon Johnson's letter is his response to an article about air bases. 
Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - suffered her fatal car crash on the night of the day she had visited Keesler Air Force Base. ...




Continuing with Lyndon Johnson:


Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) was the 36th President in the history of the United States. ...

Jayne Mansfield died on the day President Lyndon Johnson visited Philadelphia. ...

THE PHILADELPHIA STORY is a 1948 film that was remade in 1956 as HIGH SOCIETY. ...

In THE PHILADELPHIA STORY the main character Tracy Lord is played by Katharine Hepburn. ...

In HIGH SOCIETY the main character Tracy Lord is played by Grace Kelly. ...

In 1956 Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco to become Princess Grace. ...

Grace was a Princess killed in a car crash. ...

Diana was a Princess killed in a car crash. ...

At age 36, Diana was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their driver. ...

Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their driver. ...

Katharine Hepburn died on the 36th anniversary of Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash. ...

The car crash that killed Princess Grace came 15 years after the car crash that killed Jayne Mansfield. ...

The car crash that killed Princess Grace came 15 years before the car crash that killed Princess Diana. ...





The 36th U.S. President - Lyndon Johnson (LBJ) - visited Philadelphia on the day Jayne Mansfield died.  In the 1948 film THE PHILADELPHIA STORY the main character Tracy Lord is played by Katharine Hepburn. 
Katharine Hepburn died on the 36th anniversary of Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash.  THE PHILADELPHIA STORY was remade in 1956 as HIGH SOCIETY with the main character Tracy Lord played by Grace Kelly. 
In 1956 Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco to become Princess Grace.  In 1982, Princess Grace died in a  car crash 15 years after Jayne Mansfield's fatal crash and 15 years before Princess Diana's fatal crash. ...
Princess Diana was 36. 




SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday. ...

On the cover, the front row of people begins with a wax model of former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Sonny Liston. ...

On the cover, the front row of people ends with a wax model of the actress Diana Dors, known as "the English Marilyn Monroe." ...

In the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released, a former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion - Primo Carnera - died on June 29, 1967. ...

In the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released, actress Jayne Mansfield - "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe" - died on June 29, 1967. ... 

In the year Jayne Mansfield was born, Primo Carnero became World Heavyweight Boxing Champion on June 29, 1933. ...

Former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Sonny Liston - on the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S - had his last fight on June 29, 1970. ...





SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday.  On the cover, the front row begins with former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Sonny Liston and ends with Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe." 
SGT. PEPPER'S was released in the month (June 1967) that the former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Primo Carnera would die on the same day as the death of Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe." 
Primo Carnero and Jayne Mansfield died on June 29.  Three years later, Sonny Liston will have his last fight on June 29. ...




Diana Dors' real name was Diana Fluck, but for decades her first name was mysteriously said to be "Mavis."


"Mavis Fluck is Diana Dors." 

 -THE BEST OF AMERICAN JEWISH HUMOR.  1976.


"Diana Dors was calling the shots ... having changed her name from Mavis Fluck."

 - AUTHORIZED BIOGRAPHY OF RONNIE BARKER.  Bob McCabe.  2004


"I think Diana Dors was one of the most beautiful and talented British stars ... Her real name was Mavis Fluck." 

 - DEE QUEMBY - I'M READY FOR MY CLOSE UP.  2007





It remains a mystery why for decades Diana Dors' real name was incorrectly reported to be "Mavis." ...




Diana Dors' was known as "the English Marilyn Monroe" when Jayne Manfield was known as "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe." ...

No one has yet explained why Diana Dors' real name was routinely and incorrectly said to be "Mavis." ...

The first documented example of any girl named "Mavis" (a type of bird) is the character "Mavis Claire" in the 1895 novel, THE SORROWS OF SATAN. ...

On the SGT. PEPPER'S cover, Diana Dors is positioned beside the cloth Shirley Temple doll whose sweater says, "WELCOME THE ROLLING STONES." ... 

After The Beatles released SGT. PEPPER'S in the month Jayne Mansfield would die, the next Rolling Stones album was, THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST. ... 

Jayne Mansfield's death supposedly fulfilled a Satanic curse from Anton Lavey, founder of the modern Church of Satan, who later wrote THE SATANIC BIBLE. ...


"Jayne lived with awful dread during the last year of her life when she believed that a curse had been put on her. ... 

She traced all her present difficulties back to the fall of 1966 when she and Sam Brody attended the San Francisco
Film Festival.  At that time a press agent invited the couple to visit Anton LaVey, the Devil, who was head of a black
magic cult which met at his home.  While there Brody touched a silver chalice and two skulls which were lying on
LaVey's mantel.  Brody had been informed beforehand by the Devil, as he prefers being called, that a curse had
been placed upon those objects and that anyone would die as a result of touching them.  Brody laughed and said
he wasn't superstitious.  Then the Devil remarked that [Brody] and Jayne would both be killed tragically and
suddenly within a year. ... 

Almost a year later, Anton LaVey called upon Jayne at her fabulous home, asking if she would don a bikini and pose
with him wearing his Devil costume, which consisted of a cape and a headpiece with horns, over a robe-like garment. 
He wanted Jayne to pose with the silver chalice and skulls.  She preferred wearing a dress and agreed to the rest, with
a feeling of obligation to the press agent who arranged the meeting.  After this, Jayne, Brody, and Jayne's children
entertained the Devil and served refreshments.  Five hours later Jayne and Brody were in a car accident which
completely demolished the brand new Masserati Brody had given Jayne, and which he was driving.  A week later Brody,
while driving his own car, was hit again, and he suffered a broken leg and ribs.  A week later both Jayne and Brody were
killed in a crash on the way to New Orleans.

Now let us recall the car accidents in a series of three, each spaced seven days apart.  I don't know much about Ju Ju
and Voo Doo, but I do know that exact spaces of time are a necessary contingent upon the success of curses. 

- Evelyn McKeever.  SEARCH MAGAZINE.  May 1968. 





Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe," is on the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe," will die. 
For decades, Diana Dors' real name was said to be "Mavis."  The first documented example of a girl named "Mavis" (a type of bird) is a character in the 1895 novel THE SORROWS OF SATAN. 
Diana Dors is next to a Shirley Temple doll whose sweater carries the message, "Welcome The Rolling Stones."  The next Rolling Stones album was, THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST. 
Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash was supposedly caused by a year-long Satanic curse cast by Anton Lavey, the founder/leader of the Church of Satan who later published THE SATANIC BIBLE. ... 




THE SORROWS OF SATAN (the 1895 novel and the 1926 film) is about a writer who sells his soul to the devil. ... 


"Money is the only real God!  I'd sell my soul for money - if there were a devil to buy it!"

- THE SORROWS OF SATAN.  Paramount Pictures 1926.


The Broadway play "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" is about a writer who sells his soul to the devil. ...


"George Axelrod's "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" is Broadway's newest comedy hit. ...
 Orson Bean plays a meek fan magazine writer who sells his soul to the devil in ten percent
 installments; ... Jayne Mansfield, in her Broadway debut, is seen as a spectacularly blonde
 screen star; ... and Martin Gabel is the satanic agent."

- New York Mirror Theatre-ticket Ordergram for "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" 


The Broadway play "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" is what brought stardom to Jayne Mansfield. ...


"Jayne went to New York and auditioned for a role in an upcoming Broadway stage comedy, WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? 
 The play's pivotal character was Rita Marlowe, a platinum blonde movie sex symbol; a thinly disguised surface burlesque of - who else?
  - Marilyn Monroe. ... Theater critics were unanimous in their praise of Broadway's new blonde.  Walter Winchell said, 'Jayne Mansfield
 is as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe in every department and effortlessly delivers the most devastating impression in years.' ... Her public
 image as a synthetic Monroe was to dominate the rest of Mansfield's professional life. ... The news of Jayne's existence spread nationwide
 when on two occasions she graced the cover of LIFE. ..."

 - FILMS IN REVIEW.  James Robert Haspiel and Charles Hirshberg.  June 1976.


"Miss Mansfield has burst dazzlingly upon the theatrical world as the star of a Broadway comedy titled WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?
 and currently seems to be getting her name and photograph into more Broadway columns and movie magazines than any other actress alive. 
 A number of Hollywood studios are bidding for her services and there seems to be a very good chance that she will someday become a full-fledged
 movie queen. ... Many have compared Miss Mansfield to Marilyn Monroe.  This is perhaps inevitable for in WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?
 she is cast as a rollicking caricature of a dumb blonde movie queen.  Moreover she just naturally has the same come-hither-you-brute sort of voice
 and look as Miss Monroe."

 - LIFE Magazine.  Ernest Havemann.  April 23, 1956.


"Jayne's big break occurred in 1955 when she was chosen to play a satirization of a dumb blonde movie star in the Broadway play Will Success
 Spoil Rock Hunter?  Hollywood filmmakers who could not envision Jayne's potential as a movie star while she was in Los Angeles, clamored to
 make Jayne Mansfield their studio's new dumb blond movie star of 1956. ... Twentieth Century-Fox, which had been unable to distinguish Jayne
 from other talented hopefuls in 1954, now wanted Jayne as a 'Super Monroe' to replace their resident dumb blonde sex symbol Marilyn Monroe."

 - JAYNE MANSFIELD - A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY by Jocelyn Faris.  Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts, Number 60.  1994.


The car crash that killed Jayne Mansfield and her boyfriend was supposedly the result of a Satanic curse:


Jayne had been home a few days when Anton Lavey arrived from San Francisco at the Pink Palace. 
Jayne was gracious but secretly terrified of the so-called Devil.

"If you don't leave Sam Brody immediately, you will get it too, Jayne!  The curse is on him and this house! 
Anyone who places himself under the same cloud will get it!  said the tall, dark man in the Devil's cape
and cap with horns, as he walked through the Pink Palace from room to room. 

Jayne followed along, alternately laughing and crying and at last pleading.  "Please take the curse off of
Sam and the house," she begged.  "Please!"

"I cannot!"  The man was adamant.  "Once it is given, no power on Earth, not even I, can remove it!"

Lavey had come from his Devil's church in San Francisco to ask Jayne to pose for some publicity pictures
with him.  When I learned of it I told Jayne, "You must be out of your mind."  But Jayne said, "Oh May, it's
just for publicity."  However she confided in Linda, "I'm so scared.  Everything has gone wrong since we
met him in San Francisco and he cursed Sam. ... "

"Maybe if I pose for the picture with Anton Lavey, he'll take the curse off Sam and the house even though
he says he can't." ...

I had said to Jayne, scolding her soundly that last night I saw her, "Jayne, when this man proclaims himself
the Devil no good can come of seeing him.  Besides, the terrible feeling there is in this house!"

"Yes I know," Jayne replied.  "I was only seeing him in trying to get him to remove the curse from Sam and
the house."

- May Mann.  JAYNE MANSFIELD: A Biography by May Mann.  1973





During her career and long after her death, "Mavis" was incorrectly said to be the real first-name of actress Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe." 
The first documented girl named "Mavis" is a character in the 1895 novel THE SORROWS OF SATAN, about a writer who sells his soul to the devil.  
The Broadway play that made Jayne Mansfield famous, "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" is about a writer who sells his soul to the devil. 
In "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" Jayne Mansfield spoofed Marilyn Monroe.  Jayne's death was supposedly the result of a Satanic curse. ...
 




The 1957 Hollywood film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? is only loosely based on the Broadway play. 
The film still has Jayne Mansfield starring as Rita Marlowe, but the film omits the entire deal-with-the devil theme. 




Reports from the scene of Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash gave birth to the longstanding legend that Jayne Mansfield was beheaded:


"Mansfield's wig was thrown to the side of the road, where it was mistaken in news stories for her head."

- THE NEW YORK TIMES: JAYNE MANSFIELD'S HEAD.  Published May 4, 1997.


SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe," would die. ...

On the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S, the crowd of celebrity images includes Marilyn Monroe and Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe." ...

Draw a column down from Marilyn Monroe's head and a row sideways from Diana Dors' head and they'll intersect at Ringo Starr's head. ...

Ringo Starr wears a pink uniform on SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, the only Beatles album with "hearts" in the title. ...

Drummer Ringo Starr wears pink on the only Beatles album with "hearts" in the title and it's their only album whose title is on a drum. ...

Drummer Ringo Starr will buy Jayne Mansfield's former mansion - Hollywood's legendary "Pink Palace" famous for its "hearts" theme. ... 





SGT. PEPPER'S was released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month Jayne Mansfield, "the poor man's Marilyn Monroe," will die in a car crash in which she was reported to have been beheaded. 
On SGT. PEPPER'S cover, a column drawn from Marilyn Monroe's head and a row drawn from the head of Diana Dors, "the English Marilyn Monroe," would intersect at drummer Ringo Starr's head. ...  





Drummer Ringo Starr wears a pink uniform on the cover of the only Beatles album that has "HEARTS" in the title, which is also the only Beatles album whose title is printed on a drum. 
Jayne Mansfield died in the month SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released.  Her "Pink Palace" with the "hearts" theme later belongs to drummer Ringo Starr. ... 




Jayne Mansfield's second husband, Mickey Hargitay, was a body-builder and a skilled labourer. ...

Mickey's labour enabled Jayne to transform their Hollywood mansion into the legendary "Pink Palace" later owned by Ringo... 


"I'll have to have a palace, of course.  I may not be a princess but I am a movie queen, and every queen should have a palace."
 - Jayne Mansfield


 - THE TRAGIC SECRET LIFE OF JAYNE MANSFIELD.  By Ray Strait.  1974. 


"As for being royal and having a royal palace, Mickey is a builder.   He can lathe and plaster and lay marble and he is going to
 build me a big palace in Hollywood."
 - Jayne Mansfield


 - JAYNE MANSFIELD: A Biography.  By May Mann.  1973.


"Jayne and Mickey returned home from their honeymoon to purchase the big, old, mansion on Sunset Blvd.  It was to become
 known as the Pink Palace."


 - JAYNE MANSFIELD: A Biography.  By May Mann.  1973.


"Mickey Hargitay was also of great value to Jayne's drive to live like a movie queen. ... By Mickey doing this expensive work for
 Jayne, she was able to afford to rebuild the home into a beautiful setting for her movie queen image."


 - JAYNE MANSFIELD - A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY by Jocelyn Faris.  Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts, Number 60.  1994.



Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" was equally famous for both its colour and for its outlandish heart-shaped decor. ...

The "hearts" theme included Hollywood's first heart-shaped pool; heart-shaped bathtub; heart-shaped fireplace; heart-shaped furniture, etc. ...

Jayne's heart-shaped pool was constructed by her husband Mickey Hargitay who used tiles to spell "I Love you Jaynie" on the pool bottom. ...

Mickey Hargitay's first film role was a minor part in Jayne Manfield's 1957 film, "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" ...

Mickey Hargitay plays "Bobo The Jungle Man" who is a parody of "Tarzan The Ape Man" played in twelve films by Johnny Weissmuller. ...

In her first film with Mickey Hargitay, Jayne Mansfield plays her signature role - movie queen Rita Marlowe - a parody of Marilyn Monroe. ...

On The Beatles' album with "hearts" in the title, Ringo wears a pink uniform directly beneath Johnny Weissmuller and Marilyn Monroe. ...

Ringo will eventually become the owner of  the "Pink Palace" with the "hearts" theme created by Mickey Hargitay and Jayne Mansfield. ...  





On the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, Ringo Starr is situated beneath Marilyn Monroe and Johnny Weismuller, the star of twelve "Tarzan The Ape Man" films. 
In "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" Mickey Hargitay (Jayne Mansfield's husband) had his first film role, playing "Bobo The Jungle Man" - a spoof of Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan. 
In "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" Jayne Mansfield reprised her signature role from the Broadway play, starring as the movie queen Rita Marlowe - a spoof of Marilyn Monroe. 
On the cover of the only Beatles album with "HEARTS" in the title, Ringo Starr is wearing a "pink" uniform directly beneath Johnny Weismuller and Marilyn Monroe. 
Many years after SGT. PEPPER'S, Ringo Starr would become the owner of the "Pink Palace" with the hearts theme created by Mickey Hargitay and Jayne Mansfield. ...



Drummer Ringo wears pink on the only Beatles album with "HEARTS" in the title and the only album whose title is on a drum. ...


After SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, The Beatles' next studio album was going to be titled, A DOLL'S HOUSE. ...

The title A DOLL'S HOUSE was abandoned when a similarly titled album (MUSIC IN A DOLL'S HOUSE by Family) was released. ...

The Beatles' 1968 double-album that was intended to be titled A DOLL'S HOUSE ended up being titled "THE BEATLES." ... 

Due to its pure white cover, the double-album "THE BEATLES" became universally known by its nickname "THE WHITE ALBUM." ...   

Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" with heart-shaped decor resembled a life-sized doll's house until Ringo Starr had it painted white. ... 


"After Mansfield's death the Pink Palace mansion was owned or leased by a succession of people, ... And then Ringo Starr
 came into the picture.  The legendary Beatles drummer decided that pink wasn't quite his style, so here was the workman
 trying valiantly to cover up the petulant pink. ... When he left it for the last time, the mansion was as white as he could make it."

- HAUNTED HOLLYWOOD.  By Tom Ogden.  2009. 




 
Ringo Starr wore pink on the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND.  The Beatles' next studio album was intended to be titled "A DOLL'S HOUSE."
The album intended to be "A DOLL'S HOUSE" ended up being titled "THE BEATLES" but because of its pure white cover is universally known as "THE WHITE ALBUM." 
Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" with heart-shaped decor resembled a life-sized doll's house until Ringo Starr decided to paint it white (simulated in the altered photo above). ...



In the original U.K. discography, the studio album following SGT. PEPPER'S is the double-album nicknamed THE WHITE ALBUM.

In the artificial U.S. discography, SGT. PEPPER'S was followed by the 11-song compilation-album, MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR. 

In the original U.K. discography, MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR was released only as a 6-song EP - as The Beatles intended it to be.
 
 



Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" with heart-shaped decor resembled a life-sized doll's house until The Beatles' Ringo Starr painted it white. ...

Jayne Mansfeild shared the "Pink Palace" grounds with an unusual assortment of pets: dogs, cats, four monkeys, an ocelot and a donkey. ...

"THE WHITE ALBUM" was intended to be titled "A DOLL'S HOUSE" and the intended cover was a painting showing The Beatles with animals. ...

That discarded painting of The Beatles with the animals eventually wound up as the cover of the 1980 compilation, THE BEATLES BALLADS. ...

The album THE BEATLES BALLADS was released in October 1980. ...

The film THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY premiered in October 1980. ...





At her "Pink Palace" mansion - later owned by The Beatles' Ringo Starr who painted it white - Jayne Manfield housed an ocelot, a donkey, four monkeys, dogs and cats. 
If The Beatles' "WHITE ALBUM" had retained its intended title, A DOLL'S HOUSE, the intended cover was a painting of The Beatles huddled with a variety of animals. 
That painting eventually served as the album cover for THE BEATLES BALLADS released in October 1980, the month THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY premiered. ... 




THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY was a made-for-TV movie that premiered in October 1980 and starred Loni Anderson as Jayne Mansfield. ... 

At the time she was picked to play Jayne Mansfield, Loni Anderson was starring as Jennifer Marlowe on the TV show WKRP IN CINCINNATI. ...

Loni Anderson's signature role was Jennifer Marlowe. ...

Jayne Mansfield's signature role was Rita Marlowe. ... 

Rita Marlowe was a spoof of Marilyn Monroe. ...

Marilyn Monroe died on August 5. ...

Loni Anderson was born August 5. ...





Jayne Mansfield's signature role, (in the play and the film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?") was Rita Marlowe.  Rita Marlowe was Jayne Mansfield's spoof of Marilyn Monroe. 
Loni Anderson was in her signature role, Jennifer Marlowe, (on the TV show WKRP IN CINCINNATI) when she was picked to play Jayne Mansfield in THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY. 
Loni Anderson's birthday (August 5) is the date on which Marilyn Monroe died. ...




Loni Anderson's signature role (on the TV show WKRP IN CINCINNATI) was Jennifer Marlowe. ...

When Loni Anderson was chosen for THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY her photo appeared on the cover of the MIDNIGHT GLOBE tabloid. ...

On the cover of the MIDNIGHT GLOBE tabloid, Loni Anderson's photo is beside Jayne Manfield's photo and directly below the word HELL. ...

Jayne Mansfield was Rita Marlowe in the Broadway play "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" about a man who sells his soul to the devil. ...

The name of Jayne's character, Rita "Marlowe" was playwright George Axelrod's homage to the 16th-century playwright Christopher Marlowe. ...

Christopher Marlowe's THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS is about a man who sells his soul to the devil. ...





Rita Marlowe - named for Christopher Marlowe - was Jayne Mansfield's starring role in the play "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" about a man who sells his soul to the devil.  
Christopher Marlowe is the author of a 16th-century play, THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS, about a man who sells his soul to the devil.
Jennifer Marlowe is Loni Anderson's signature character (from the TV program WKRP IN CINCINNATI).  Loni Anderson played Jayne Manfield in THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY.
When Loni Anderson was picked to play Jayne Mansfield, her photo appeared on the MIDNIGHT GLOBE beside Jayne Mansfield's photo.  Loni Anderson is beneath the word "HELL." ...



Although the front-page caption refers to "eerie coincidences" between actresses Jayne Mansfield and Loni Anderson, the article merely states a few mundane similarities: 

"Both actresses got their big breaks on Broadway after dying their hair blonde, both had babies in teenage marriages that failed, and both became legendary sex symbols." 




In 1967, Jayne Mansfield was killed in her mid-30's (34) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ...

In 1997, Princess Diana was killed in her mid-30's (36) in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. ...

Those were the only two car crashes ever in which the only people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver. ...

The crash that killed Jayne Mansfield seemingly fulfilled a year-long curse by Satanist Anton Lavey. ...


"Jayne lived with awful dread during the last year of her life when she believed that a curse had been put on her. ... 

She traced all her present difficulties back to the fall of 1966 when she and Sam Brody attended the San Francisco
Film Festival.  At that time a press agent invited the couple to visit Anton LaVey, the Devil, who was head of a black
magic cult which met at his home.  While there Brody touched a silver chalice and two skulls which were lying on
LaVey's mantel.  Brody had been informed beforehand by the Devil, as he prefers being called, that a curse had
been placed upon those objects and that anyone would die as a result of touching them.  Brody laughed and said
he wasn't superstitious.  Then the Devil remarked that [Brody] and Jayne would both be killed tragically and
suddenly within a year. ... 

Almost a year later, Anton LaVey called upon Jayne at her fabulous home, asking if she would don a bikini and pose
with him wearing his Devil costume, which consisted of a cape and a headpiece with horns, over a robe-like garment. 
He wanted Jayne to pose with the silver chalice and skulls.  She preferred wearing a dress and agreed to the rest, with
a feeling of obligation to the press agent who arranged the meeting.  After this, Jayne, Brody, and Jayne's children
entertained the Devil and served refreshments.  Five hours later Jayne and Brody were in a car accident which
completely demolished the brand new Masserati Brody had given Jayne, and which he was driving.  A week later Brody,
while driving his own car, was hit again, and he suffered a broken leg and ribs.  A week later both Jayne and Brody were
killed in a crash on the way to New Orleans.

Now let us recall the car accidents in a series of three, each spaced seven days apart.  I don't know much about Ju Ju
and Voo Doo, but I do know that exact spaces of time are a necessary contingent upon the success of curses. 

- Evelyn McKeever.  SEARCH MAGAZINE.  May 1968. 


Two months after Princess Diana's fatal crash, Satanist Anton Lavey died in 1997 on October 29. ...

Seventeen years earlier, THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY had its world-premiere on October 29. ...

The film THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY world-premiered on U.S. national TV network CBS from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on October 29, 1980. ...

The film THE OMEN, about the son of Satan, was televised on U.S. national TV network NBC from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on October 29, 1980. ...  




 
The made-for-TV movie THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY premiered on U.S. national TV (CBS) from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on October 29, 1980. 
The classic horror film THE OMEN, about the son of Satan, was telecast on U.S. national TV (NBC) from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. on October 29, 1980. 
Princess Diana, her boyfriend and their driver died in a car crash two months before Satanist Anton Lavey died of heart disease on October 29, 1997. 
Jayne Mansfield, her boyfriend and their driver died in a car crash that seemingly fulfilled a year-long Satanic curse cast by Anton Lavey. ...




The made-for-TV movie THE JAYNE MANSFIELD STORY premiered in October, 1980. ... 

The compilation album THE BEATLES BALLADS was released in October , 1980. ...

The cover of THE BEATLES BALLADS was originally intended for The Beatles 1968 album whose intended title was A DOLL'S HOUSE. ...

Instead of A DOLL'S HOUSE, The Beatles 1968 album ended up being retitled "THE BEATLES" but is best known as "THE WHITE ALBUM." ... 

THE WHITE ALBUM includes the first Beatles song credited solely to Ringo Starr (credited to "Starkey" - Ringo's actual surname). ...

Ringo Starr later became the owner of the "Pink Palace" - Jayne Mansfield's legendary Hollywood house - and he had it painted white. ...

Ringo's lyrics to DON'T PASS ME BY, on THE WHITE ALBUM, are about waiting up late in his house for a woman who never arrives. ...  


I  listen for your footsteps
Coming up the drive
Listen for your footsteps
But they don't arrive
Waiting for your knock dear
On my old front door
I don't hear it ...


Ringo's lyrics reveal the reason the woman never arrived at his house is because she was in a car crash in which she lost her hair. ...


I'm sorry that I doubted you 
I was so unfair
You were in a car crash
And you lost her hair


Ringo later owned the "Pink Palace" - the house that belonged to Jayne Mansfield who died in a car crash in which she lost her hair. ...  

When her dislodged wig was spotted in the wreckage it gave birth to the longstanding legend that Jayne Mansfield was decapitated. ... 


"Mansfield's wig was thrown to the side of the road, where it was mistaken in news stories for her head."

- THE NEW YORK TIMES: Jayne Mansfield's Head.  Published May 4, 1997. 





Ringo's lyrics are about waiting in his house for a woman who never arrives because she was in a car crash in which she lost her hair.  
Ringo later bought the house (the "Pink Palace") of actress Jayne Mansfield who was killed in a car crash in which she lost her hair. 
Her dislodged wig was mistaken for her entire head, giving rise to the longstanding legend that Jayne Mansfield had been beheaded. ... 
 




WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR was the first song recorded on SGT. PEPPER'S, the album released in the month Jayne Mansfield will crash. ... 

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is the other Beatles song - besides DON'T PASS ME BY - with lyrics that refer to someone losing their hair. ... 


WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR

When I get older losing my hair,
Many years from now.
Will you still be sending me a Valentine
Birthday greetings bottle of wine. ...


In the lyrics to WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR the only girl mentioned by name is "Vera": 


We shall scrimp and save  
Grandchildren on your knee  
Vera Chuck & Dave ...


Jayne Mansfield's birth name was Vera Jayne Palmer, so her actual name is "Vera." 

The title of this song that mentions Jayne Mansfield's real name, "Vera," is WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. ...

At the time of Princess Diana's fatal car crash, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield would have been SIXTY-FOUR. ... 

Number the days starting with the date of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash (June 29). ...

The date of Princess Diana's fatal car crash (August 31) will be day SIXTY-FOUR. ...   

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield and Princess Diana each were killed in a car crash, each along with her boyfriend and their driver. ... 

Those were the only two car crashes ever in which the only three people killed were a world-famous woman, her boyfriend and their driver. ...





"Vera" is Jayne Mansfield's real first-name.  "Vera" is the only girl mentioned in WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. 
At the time of Princess Diana's car crash, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield would have been SIXTY-FOUR years old. 
Number the days starting with "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's crash and Diana's crash will be day SIXTY-FOUR. 
"Vera" Jayne Mansfield and Diana each died in a car crash, each along with her boyfriend and their driver. ...




WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is the only Beatles song ever with "Valentine" in the lyrics. ...

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is the first song completed for the only Beatles album with "Hearts" in the title. ...

The album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released in the month (June 1967) Jayne Mansfield would die. ... 

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR mentions only one girl in its lyrics: "Vera." ...

"Vera" is Jayne Mansfield's real first-name (she was born Vera Jayne Palmer). ... 

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's trademark was hearts. ...  


"She also adopted the shape of a heart as her trademark ... making her fireplaces, bathtub and pool heart-shaped."

 - JAYNE MANSFIELD - A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY by Jocelyn Faris.  Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts, Number 60.  1994. 



"Her bathtub, swimming pool, bed and decorations all subsequently became heart-shaped, as did the dots over her I's. ...
 And indeed there is a huge heart-shaped marble headstone on Jayne's grave." 

- JAYNE MANSFIELD AND THE AMERICAN FIFTIES by Martha Saxton.  1975. 





WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR was the first song completed on the only Beatles album with "Hearts" in the title and it is the only Beatles song with "Valentine" in the lyrics.  The only girl in the lyrics is "Vera." 
"Vera" was Jayne Mansfield's real first name and her trademark was "hearts."  SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released in the month (June 1967) "Vera" Jayne Mansfield would die. ...




Jayne Mansfield's actual birth name was "Vera" Jayne Palmer. ...

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR mentions "Vera" in relation to her grandparents' money ("we shall scrimp and save"). ...


We shall scrimp and save
Grandchildren on your knee
Vera Chuck & Dave


It was the money she inherited from her grandfather that enable "Vera" Jayne Mansfield to buy the mansion that became her "Pink Palace." ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" eventually belonged to Ringo Starr who is wearing a pink uniform on the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S. ... 


"I have an inheritance of $90,000 when my paternal Grandfather's estate is settled.  We are going to put it all in a house."
 - Jayne Mansfield


- JAYNE MANSFIELD: A Biography.  By May Mann.  1973. 


Shortly after completing WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?, Jayne came into an inheritance from her Grandfather Palmer. 
It came at an opportune time.  Jayne could use the money to enhance her star image. ...
"I'll have to have a palace, of course, I may not be a princess but I am a movie queen, and every queen should have a palace."  

- THE TRAGIC SECRET LIFE OF JAYNE MANSFIELD.  By Ray Strait.  1974.





The album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND was released in June 1967, the month in which Jayne Mansfield would suffer her fatal car crash.
The first completed song, WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR, mentions "Vera" in relation to her grandparents money.  "Vera" was Jayne Mansfield's actual first-name. 
"Vera" Jayne Mansfield inherited from her grandfather the money to buy the Hollywood mansion she tranformed into her "Pink Palace" with heart-shaped decor. 
Ringo Starr wears pink on the only Beatles album with "HEARTS" in the title.  Ringo eventually owned Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace" with heart-shaped decor. ...




Jayne Mansfield's actual birth name was "Vera" Jayne Palmer. ...  

In the lyrics to WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR, "Vera" is grouped with "Chuck & Dave" ... 


We shall scrimp and save
Grandchildren on your knee
Vera Chuck & Dave


In 1957, a pre-season baseball game functioned as a fundraiser for the John Tracy Clinic for deaf children. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield threw the ceremonial first pitch to Charles "Chuck" Locke and then she kissed him. ... 

A photograph of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield kissing Charles "Chuck Locke" ran on the national wire services. ...


In a photo that ran on the national wire services and in the Sporting News, Locke was photographed with the blonde
bombshell actress Jayne Mansfield.  Chuck remembers, "She was at an exhibition game during spring training that 
was being played for the Spencer Tracy Foundation.  She was there to throw out the first pitch, and then I had my
picture taken with her."

- BASEBALL-REFERENCE.COM





March 15, 1957: "Vera" Jayne Mansfield throws the ceremonial first pitch to Charles "Chuck" Locke and is photographed kissing him afterwards.  The photo ran on the national wire services. ... 




Because Charles "Chuck" Locke only played two major-league games, there was no baseball card issued for him during his baseball career. ...

However, in the summer of 1991 a series of baseball cards was issued in 4 sets featuring every player in the Baltimore Orioles' modern history. ...

Set #3 included the only baseball card ever of Charles "Chuck" Locke, whose greatest claim to fame was that kiss from "Vera" Jayne Mansfield. ...  

The cards came in perforated sheets of twelve cards each and Charles "Chuck" Locke's card came attached to the card of "Dave" Leonhard. ...  





Summer 1991: A series of baseball cards is issued featuring every Baltimore Orioles player in the team's modern history. ...





Summer 1991: The first-ever baseball card of Charles "Chuck" Locke comes attached side-by-side to the card of "Dave" Leonard.  That's "Chuck & Dave." ...




In the summer of 1991, the first-ever baseball card of Charles "Chuck" Locke comes attached side-by-side to a card of "Dave" Leonhard. ...

That's "Chuck & Dave." ... 

In the summer of 1991, KISS THEM FOR ME by Siouxsie And The Banshees is the most popular song ever regarding "Vera" Jayne Mansfield. ...

In the summer of 1991, KISS THEM FOR ME remained the #1 song on Billboard Magazine's "Modern Rock Tracks" chart for five straight weeks. ...  

The title, KISS THEM FOR ME, is consistent with that photograph of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield kissing Charles "Chuck" Locke 34 years earlier. ...

The Beatles' song (WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR) mentioning "Vera Chuck & Dave" is from the album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...

SGT. PEPPER'S was released at the start of the month (June 1967) in which "Vera" Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car crash at 34 years of age. ... 




 
Summer 1991: The most popular song ever written about "Vera" Jayne Mansfield, KISS THEM FOR ME, remains at #1 for five consecutive weeks. 
Summer 1991: The first-ever baseball card of retired Charles "Chuck" Locke is issued and it is attached side-by-side to the card of "Dave" Leonhard. 
It is 34 years after the photograph of baseball player Charle's "Chuck" Locke being kissed by "Vera" Jayne Mansfield who was killed at the age of 34. 
She died in the month (June 1967) The Beatles released SGT. PEPPER'S with the song WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR that says, "Vera Chuck & Dave." ...




On SGT. PEPPER'S, the line "Vera Chuck & Dave" is in the song WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR that is followed by the song LOVELY RITA. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's signature character (from the play and the film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?") is Rita Marlowe. ...  





"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's signature role (from the Broadway and Hollywood versions of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?") was the fictional movie queen "Rita" Marlowe, a parody of Marilyn Monroe. 
"Vera" is mentioned in the song WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR followed by the song LOVELY RITA on the album SGT. PEPPER'S released on Marilyn Monroe's birthday in the month "Vera" Jayne Mansfield will die. ...




In 1957, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield starred in the film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" playing the part of Rita Marlowe. ...  

In 1957, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield was photographed kissing baseball player Charles "Chuck" Locke. ...

Charles "Chuck" Locke's middle name was Edward, making his name "Charles E. Locke." ...

In 1957, a different "Charles E. Locke" was charged with reckless homicide after his car jumped the curb, killing Rita O'Connor. ...

On SGT. PEPPER'S, the song mentioning "Vera" precedes a song about a woman who patrols curbs, a meter maid named Rita. ...


LOVELY RITA

Lovely Rita meter maid.
Lovely Rita meter maid.
Lovely Rita meter maid.
Nothing can come between us,
When it gets dark I tow your heart away.
Standing by a parking meter,
When I caught a glimpse of Rita,
Filling in a ticket in her little white book. ...





On SGT. PEPPER's the song with "Vera" is followed by a song about a woman who patrols curbs - a meter maid named "Rita." 
1957 was the year a car driven by someone named "Charles E. Locke" jumped the curb, killing a woman named "Rita" O'Connor. 
1957 was the year that the baseball player named "Charles E. Locke" was photographed being kissed by "Vera" Jayne Mansfield. 
1957 was the year of the film, "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" in which "Vera" Jayne Mansfield starred as "Rita." ... 




"Vera" Jayne Mansfield was photographed kissing baseball player Charles "Chuck" Locke at a 1957 preseason baseball game. ... 

The baseball game was a fundraiser for the John Tracy Clinic for deaf children, named after the deaf son of actor Spencer Tracy. ... 

Jayne Mansfield died in June 1967 - the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released. ...

Spencer Tracy died in June 1967 - the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released. ...

For decades, Spencer Tracy carried on a secretive love-affair with actress Katharine Hepburn, with whom he co-starred in nine films. ... 

Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn co-starred in the film DESK SET in 1957, the year of the baseball fundraiser for the John Tracy Clinic. ...

They did not co-star again until 1967, the year Jayne Mansfield and Spencer Tracy both died in the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released. ...

Katharine Hepburn died on June 29, 2003, the 36th anniversary of the car crash that killed Jayne Mansfield, her boyfriend and her driver. ...

Spencer was the maiden name of Princess Diana, who was 36 when she was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and her driver. ...





"Vera" Jayne Mansfield was photographed kissing baseball player Charles "Chuck" Locke after she threw the ceremonial first pitch at a fundraiser for the John Tracy Clinic in 1957. 
The John Tracy Clinic for deaf children was named after the deaf son of Spencer Tracy, who co-starred with Katharine Hepburn (for the eighth time) in the film DESK SET in 1957. 
Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn didn't co-star again until 1967, the year Spencer Tracy and "Vera" Jayne Mansfield both died in the month that SGT. PEPPER'S was released. 
Spencer was Princess Diana's maiden name.  At the age of 36, Princess Diana was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night.
Katharine Hepburn died in 2003 on the 36th anniversary of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield dying in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their temporary driver for the night. 
In addition to their co-starring in nine films, Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn enjoyed a secretive love-affair for decades. ...




In 1957, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" was released in England with the alternate title, "OH! FOR A MAN." ...

The title "OH! FOR A MAN" is similar to the title of an unrelated 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, that has "Vera" Jayne Mansfield posing on the cover. ...

On that 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, the 2nd song on side one is titled HEART and the 2nd song on side two is titled PEPPER, HOT BABY. ... 

HEART and PEPPER correlate with SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, the album released in the month "Vera" Jayne Mansfield will die. ...

On SGT. PEPPER'S, the 2nd song on side one is WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS and the 2nd song on side two is WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. ...





In 1957, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield stars as Rita Marlowe in the film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" that is released in England with the alternate title "OH! FOR A MAN." 
In 1957, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield appears on the cover of the unrelated album titled FOR MEN ONLY.  Song 2 on side one is HEART and song 2 on side two is PEPPER, HOT BABY. 
HEART and PEPPER correlate with the title of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND released in the month "Vera" Jayne Mansfield will die. 
On SGT. PEPPER'S, song 2 on side one is WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS and song 2 on side two is WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. ...




WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS is the only song on SGT. PEPPER'S that is sung by Ringo Starr. ...

Ringo Starr will eventually own "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's "Pink Palace." ...

Before he sings WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS, Ringo is introduced as a singer named "Billy Shears." ...


... the singer's going to sing a song,
And he wants you to all to sing along. 
So let me introduce to you
The one and only Billy Shears
And Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club
Band.


It has been theorized that the name of the fictional singer "Billy Shears" is actually an intentional variation of the name William Shakespeare. ...

That's because WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS has a line - "Lend me your ears" - from JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare. ... 


"Billy Shears" makes William Shakespeare the lead singer on what is normally considered the most
 important or representative album in rock-and-roll history. ... the fictional singer's initial appeal to the
 audience, "Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song," further recalls Julius Caesar.

- SHAKESPEARE IN THEORY: THE POSTMODERN ACADEMY AND THE EARLY MODERN THEATER.  By Stephen Bretzius.  1997.


In the song WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Ringo sings a famous line from the play JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare. ...


"Lend me your ears"


JULIUS CAESAR by William Shakespeare contains this other famous line:


"Beware the Ides of March"


"The Ides of March" is an ancient Roman expression that is referring to the date March 15. ...

The photo of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield kissing Charles "Chuck" Locke was taken March 15. ...

The photo is from a fundraiser on "the Ides of March" to benefit a clinic for children who are deaf. ...

Correspondingly, in WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Ringo sings, "Lend me your ears." ...

Ringo sings the line "Lend me your ears" shortly after he was introduced as "Billy Shears." ...

"Billy Shears" seems to be code for "William Shakespeare" who wrote the line "Lend me your ears." ...

"Lend me your ears" is from the same Shakespeare play (JULIUS CAESAR) as "Beware the Ides of March." ... 





Ringo is introduced as "Billy Shears" (William Shakespeare?) before WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS where he sings the line, "Lend me your ears."
"Lend me your ears" is from the same Shakespeare play (JULIUS CAESAR) as the famous line, "Beware the Ides of March," that is referring to the date March 15. 
"Vera" Jayne Mansfield was photographed kissing "Chuck" Locke at a baseball fundraiser for a clinic for children who are deaf ("Lend me your ears") on March 15. ...




Song 2 on side one of SGT. PEPPER'S is WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS, with the line "Lend me your ears" written by Shakespeare. ...

Song 2 on side two of SGT. PEPPER'S is WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR with the line "Vera Chuck & Dave" with Jayne Manfield's real first-name, "Vera." ...

In "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964) "Vera" Jayne Mansfield released her only spoken-word album and the album-title explicitly groups her with Shakespeare. ... 


SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME


The title "SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME" is consistent with "MY FRIENDS" in the title "WITH A LITTLE A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS." ...

"WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS" is the song with the quote ("Lend me your ears") from Shakespeare. ...

The album title "SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME" parallels the line "Vera Chuck & Dave." ...

The line "Vera Chuck & Dave" contains Jayne Mansfield's actual first-name, "Vera." ...





The 2nd song on SGT. PEPPER'S quotes Shakespeare ("Lend me your ears").  The 2nd song on side two says Jayne Mansfield's real first-name - "Vera" - and is titled WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. 
SIXTY-FOUR (1964) is the year "Vera" Jayne Mansfield released her spoken-word album, and the title explicitly groups her with Shakespeare: SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY AND ME. ...




On SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, Paul McCartney sings Jayne Mansfield's real first name, "Vera," in the song WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. ...

Paul McCartney is posed with his arms crossed, in front of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield, on the inside of BEATLES FOR SALE, released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964). ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield is posed with her arms crossed on the cover of her album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964). ...

On SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield recites poetry, beginning with HOW DO I LOVE THEE by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. ... 

Elizabeth Barrett Browning died on June 29. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield died on June 29 in the month that began with the release of The Beatles' album SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...





On SGT. PEPPER'S, released in the month "Vera" Jayne Mansfield will die, Paul McCartney sings the name "Vera" in the song WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR.
Paul McCartney posed with his arms crossed, in front of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield, on the inside of BEATLES FOR SALE released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964). 
"Vera" Jayne Mansfield posed with her arms crossed on the cover of her album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964). ...





On her spoken-word album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVKSY & ME, the first poem recited by "Vera" Jayne Mansfield is HOW DO I LOVE THEE by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.  
Elizabeth Barrett Browning died on June 29.  "Vera" Jayne Mansfield died on June 29 in the month that began with the release of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND. ...




The 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on SGT. PEPPER'S is the one that mentions "Vera" and is titled WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield appears on the inner gatefold of the album BEATLES FOR SALE released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964) ...

The 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on BEATLES FOR SALE - released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964) - is titled WORDS OF LOVE. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's spoken-word album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME was released in SIXTY-FOUR (1964). ...

SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME consists of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield reciting poems that are mostly "words of love." ...


"Love.  Love.  How do we speak of love?  How do we speak of the passionate affection?  How do we speak
 of the deepest enduring emotional devotion?  How do we voice our reverent attachment to those whom we
 adore?  Sit back, relax, and close your eyes.  Together we will explore the beauty and enchantment of love;
 the glorious poetry of love; the bitter sweetness of love. 
 
 Shall we begin with Elizabeth Barrett Browning, HOW DO I LOVE THEE?"

- Jayne Mansfield.  SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME.   




 
WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is the 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND and the only girl mentioned in the song is "Vera." 
In "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964) the 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on BEATLES FOR SALE, the album with "Vera" Jayne Mansfield on the inner panel, is WORDS OF LOVE. 
In "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964) the only spoken-word album ever released by "Vera" Jayne Mansfield consists of her reciting classical poems that are mostly "words of love." ... 




"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's spoken-word album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME was released in "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964) ...

SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME consists of "Vera" Jayne Mansfield reciting poems that are mostly, "words of love." ...

WORDS OF LOVE is the 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on the album BEATLES FOR SALE released in "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964). ...

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is the 9th track - song 2 on side 2 - on SGT. PEPPER'S and the girl mentioned in the song is "Vera." ...

Place the inner gatefold cover of BEATLES FOR SALE beside the front of the gatefold cover of SGT. PEPPER'S. ...

"Vera" Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes across to the face of Shirley Temple who is dressed as an airplane pilot. ...

Shirley Temple was born April 23. ...

William Shakespeare was born April 23. ...

The song WORDS OF LOVE on BEATLES FOR SALE, released in "SIXTY-FOUR" (1964), was written by Buddy Holly. ...

Buddy Holly died in an airplane crash. ...

The "words of love" recited by "Vera" Jayne Mansfield on SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME begin with HOW DO I LOVE THEE. ...

HOW DO I LOVE THEE is a poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning who died on June 29. ... 

In the month SGT. PEPPER'S was released, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield died on June 29. ...   





On her 1964 spoken-word album, SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield recites classical poetry consisting mostly of "words of love." 
On The Beatles' 1964 album BEATLES FOR SALE the 9th track - side 2 song 2 - is WORDS OF LOVE written by Buddy Holly who died in an airplane crash. 
On SGT. PEPPER'S the 9th track - side 2 song 2 - is WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR in which the only girl in the song has Jayne Mansfield's actual first name, "Vera." 
When the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE is beside the front of SGT. PEPPER'S, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's sightline goes across to the face of Shirley Temple. 
Shirley Temple is dressed as an airplane pilot.  Buddy Holly died in an airplane crash.  Shirley Temple was born on April 23.  William Shakespeare died on April 23. ...




Paul McCartney is posed with his arms crossed, standing in front of Jayne Mansfield's image, on the inside of BEATLES FOR SALE, released in 1964. ...

Jayne Mansfield is posed with her arms crossed on the cover of her spoken-word album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, released in 1964. ...

On the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's image is in back of Paul McCartney's head. ...


On the back of SGT. PEPPER'S, the line "We were talking" is printed across the back of Paul McCartney's head. ...

"We were talking" is consistent with a "spoken-word" album. ...

On SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, Jayne Mansfield is below the word SHAKESPEARE, the only word printed in sky-blue. ...  

On SGT. PEPPER'S, Paul McCartney is the only Beatle wearing a uniform that is sky-blue. ...  




 
In 1964, on the cover of her spoken-word album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, Jayne Mansfield is posed with her arms crossed below the word SHAKESPEARE printed sky-blue.
In 1967, on the back cover of SGT. PEPPER'S the line "We were talking" - consistent with a spoken-word album - is printed across the back of Paul McCartney's head and his uniform is sky-blue.
In 1964 on the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE, Paul McCartney is posed with his arms crossed and there is an image of Jayne Mansfield in back of Paul Mcartney's head. ...




Jayne Mansfield's actual first name is "Vera." ...

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is The Beatles' song whose lyrics include the name "Vera." ...

WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR is on the album SGT. PEPPER'S whose cover has Paul McCartney dressed in sky-blue and Ringo Starr dressed in pink. ...

In SIXTY-FOUR (1964) "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME has the name SHAKESPEARE printed sky-blue and TCHAIKOVSKY pink. ...

In SIXTY-FOUR (1964) the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE has "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's image behind Paul McCartney and facing toward Ringo Starr. ...

There are famous people on the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE; on the front of SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME; and on the front of SGT. PEPPER'S. ...





In SIXTY-FOUR (1964) on the inner gatefold of the album BEATLES FOR SALE, "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's image is directly behind Paul McCartney and is facing Ringo Starr. 
In SIXTY-FOUR (1964) on "Vera" Jayne Mansfield's album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME; "SHAKESPEARE" is printed sky-blue and "TCHAIKOVSKY" pink. 
WHEN I'M SIXTY-FOUR mentions the name "Vera" and is on the album SGT. PEPPER'S whose cover has Paul McCartney dressed in sky-blue and Ringo Starr dressed in pink.    
On the inner panel of BEATLES FOR SALE and front cover of SGT. PEPPER'S there are famous people behind The Beatles. 
On the front cover of the album SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, there are famous people behind Jayne Mansfield. ...



Christopher Marlowe wrote the play THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS about a man who sells his soul to the devil. ...

Jayne Mansfield gained stardom by portraying Rita Marlowe in the play "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" about a man who sells his soul to the devil. ...


"Jayne went to New York and auditioned for a role in an upcoming Broadway stage comedy, WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? 
 The play's pivotal character was Rita Marlowe, a platinum blonde movie sex symbol; a thinly disguised surface burlesque of - who else?
  - Marilyn Monroe. ... Theater critics were unanimous in their praise of Broadway's new blonde.  Walter Winchell said, 'Jayne Mansfield
 is as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe in every department and effortlessly delivers the most devastating impression in years.' ... Her public
 image as a synthetic Monroe was to dominate the rest of Mansfield's professional life. ... The news of Jayne's existence spread nationwide
 when on two occasions she graced the cover of LIFE. ..."

 - FILMS IN REVIEW.  James Robert Haspiel and Charles Hirshberg.  June 1976.


"Miss Mansfield has burst dazzlingly upon the theatrical world as the star of a Broadway comedy titled WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?
 and currently seems to be getting her name and photograph into more Broadway columns and movie magazines than any other actress alive. 
 A number of Hollywood studios are bidding for her services and there seems to be a very good chance that she will someday become a full-fledged
 movie queen. ... Many have compared Miss Mansfield to Marilyn Monroe.  This is perhaps inevitable for in WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?
 she is cast as a rollicking caricature of a dumb blonde movie queen.  Moreover she just naturally has the same come-hither-you-brute sort of voice
 and look as Miss Monroe."

 - LIFE Magazine.  Ernest Havemann.  April 23, 1956.


"Jayne's big break occurred in 1955 when she was chosen to play a satirization of a dumb blonde movie star in the Broadway play Will Success
 Spoil Rock Hunter?  Hollywood filmmakers who could not envision Jayne's potential as a movie star while she was in Los Angeles, clamored to
 make Jayne Mansfield their studio's new dumb blond movie star of 1956. ... Twentieth Century-Fox, which had been unable to distinguish Jayne
 from other talented hopefuls in 1954, now wanted Jayne as a 'Super Monroe' to replace their resident dumb blonde sex symbol Marilyn Monroe."

 - JAYNE MANSFIELD - A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY by Jocelyn Faris.  Bio-Bibliographies in the Performing Arts, Number 60.  1994.


"George Axelrod's "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" is Broadway's newest comedy hit. ...
 Orson Bean plays a meek fan magazine writer who sells his soul to the devil in ten percent
 installments; ... Jayne Mansfield, in her Broadway debut, is seen as a spectacularly blonde
 screen star; ... and Martin Gabel is the satanic agent."

- New York Mirror Theatre-ticket Ordergram for "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?" 





Rita Marlowe was Jayne Mansfield's signature character that she first portrayed in the Broadway play, "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" about a man who sells his soul to the devil.   
The play is a modern-day parody of Christopher Marlowe's, "THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF THE LIFE AND DEATH OF DOCTOR FAUSTUS" about a man who sells his soul to the devil. ...  



The 1957 Hollywood film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? is only loosely based on the Broadway play. 
The film still has Jayne Mansfield starring as Rita Marlowe, but the film omits the entire deal-with-the devil theme. 




The surname of Jayne Mansfield's signature character - Rita "Marlowe" - was an homage to the 16th-century playwright Christopher "Marlowe." ...

Christopher Marlowe is strongly suspected of being the actual author of the poems and plays attributed to Shakespeare, who died on April 23. ...

When the inside of BEATLES FOR SALE is beside the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S, Jayne Mansfield looks at Shirley Temple who was born April 23. ...

BEATLES FOR SALE was released in the year of Jayne Mansfield's album whose title, SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME, refers to Shakespeare. ...

Her Broadway portrayal of Rita Marlowe earned Jayne Mansfield her only solo appearance on the cover of LIFE Magazine, and it is dated April 23. ...

The last song on SGT. PEPPER'S is titled A DAY IN THE LIFE. ...

That last song - A DAY IN THE LIFE - on SGT. PEPPER'S has lyrics that refer to a fatal car crash. ...

SGT. PEPPER'S was released in the month that Jayne Mansfield would suffer her fatal car crash. ...





Jayne Mansfield's signature role, Rita Marlowe, was named for Christopher Marlowe, who is suspected of writing the plays attributed to Shakespeare, who died April 23.   
When the inside of the gatefold cover of BEATLES FOR SALE is beside the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S, Jayne Mansfield looks at Shirley Temple, who was born April 23. 
BEATLES FOR SALE was released the same year as Jayne Manfield's spoken word album, SHAKESPEARE, TCHAIKOVSKY & ME whose title refers to Shakespeare.  
Her Broadway portrayal of her signature role, Rita Marlowe, earned Jayne Mansfield her only solo appearance on the cover of LIFE magazine and the issue is dated April 23.
The last song on SGT. PEPPER'S is titled A DAY IN THE LIFE. ...  



The 1957 Hollywood film "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER? is only loosely based on the Broadway play. 
The film still has Jayne Mansfield starring as Rita Marlowe, but the film omits the entire deal-with-the devil theme. 




In 1957, Jayne Mansfield reprised her Broadway role of Rita Marlowe for the film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" ... 

In 1957, the film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" was released in England with an alternate title, "OH! FOR A MAN." ...

The title "OH! FOR A MAN" is similar to FOR MEN ONLY, an unrelated album released in 1957 with Jayne Mansfield posed on the cover. ... 

On that 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, the 2nd song on side one is titled "HEART" and the 2nd song on side two is titled "PEPPER, HOT BABY." ...

That's "HEART" and "PEPPER" as in SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, released in the month of Jayne Mansfield's fatal crash. ...





In 1957, Jayne Mansfield reprised her Broadway role of Rita Marlowe for the Hollywood film version of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" 
In England, the film was titled "OH! FOR A MAN" which is similar to the title of a 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, with Jayne Mansfield on the cover. 
On that 1957 album, FOR MEN ONLY, the 2nd song on side one is titled "HEART" and the 2nd song on side two is titled "PEPPER HOT BABY."
That's "HEART" and "PEPPER" as in SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND, that will be released in the month Jayne Mansfield will die. ...




In November 1995, a variation of the SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND album cover was the national cover of the weekly American TV GUIDE. ...

Inside the TV GUIDE it says that the American Movie Channel (AMC) televised "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" on the night of November 20, 1995. ...

In England, the BBC televised the epic interview by which Princess Diana became known as the "queen of hearts" on that same night of November 20, 1995. ...


"I'd like to be a queen of people's hearts in people's hearts, but I don't see myself being queen of this country."

 - Princess Diana

 - BBC-TV PANORAMA Interview.  November 20, 1995. 


In November 1957, Jayne Mansfield met Elizabeth II, the actual Queen of England, at a command performance of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" ...





A variation of the cover of SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND is on the front of the American TV GUIDE for the week of November 18-24, 1995. 
Inside, it indicates that "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" was broadcast on the American Movie Channel (AMC) on the night of November 20, 1995.
In England the epic BBC interview in which Princess Diana said, "I'd like to be a queen of people's hearts," was televised on that same night of November 20, 1995. 
At a command performance of "WILL SUCCESS SPOIL ROCK HUNTER?" Jayne Mansfield was introduced to the actual Queen of England in November, 1957. 



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