THE QUEEN IS DEAD Surprise Ending Part 1: Johnny Tillotson



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. ...




THE QUEEN IS DEAD album ends with Morrissey evoking an old single by Johnny Tillotson. ...

In a ghostly voice, Morrissey sneaks in these unprinted lyrics before the music starts to fade:


"Send me the pillow

 the one that you dream on
 Send me the pillow
 the one that you dream on
 and I'll send you mine"


"Also of note are its closing lines, a puzzling paraphrase of Johnny Tillotson's 1962 ballad, Send Me The Pillow You Dream On." 
- MOZIPEDIA: THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MORRISSEY AND THE SMITHS.  Simon Goddard. 2010.


The only film in which musician Johnny Tillotson has an acting role is THE FAT SPY. ...





The surprise ending to the album THE QUEEN IS DEAD points to musician Johnny Tillotson whose only film-acting role was in THE FAT SPY. ...




In THE FAT SPY Johnny Tillotson plays a character named Dodo. ...

Princess Diana was killed along with her boyfriend named Dodi. ...

In the film THE FAT SPY, Dodo falls in love with the mermaid named Naomi. ...

In the film DIANA (2013), Princess Diana is played by an actress named Naomi. ... 





Johnny Tillotson's only acting role was in THE FAT SPY where he played Dodo who fell in love with the mermaid Naomi. 
In real life Dodi falls in love with Princess Diana who will be played in the 2013 film DIANA by an actress named Naomi. ...  




One official poster for the film DIANA shows the actress Naomi Watts sitting overhanging the sea. ... 
 
It recreates the scene of Diana aboard Dodi's father's yacht days before she and Dodi were killed. ...   

In THE FAT SPY, Johnny Tillotson plays Dodo who is last seen being lured by Naomi into the sea. ...  





One official poster for the film DIANA has actress Naomi Watts sitting overhanging the sea, recreating the image of Princess Diana aboard Dodi Fayed's father's yacht days before Diana and Dodi were killed. 
In THE FAT SPY, Johnny Tillotson plays Dodo who falls in love with the mermaid Naomi.  Dodo and Naomi are never seen again after Naomi lures Dodo into the sea. ...  




THE FAT SPY is the film in which actress Jayne Mansfield recites the line that foreshadowed her actual death. ... 





THE FAT SPY is the only film in which musician Johnny Tillotson ever had an acting role and it is also the film in which actress Jayne Mansfield foreshadowed her actual death. ... 




In THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield pilots a plane as she says to her boyfriend, "If not, we'll end up in a disgusting crash!" ...


Jayne Mansfield: Now, if I can just execute a Von Richthofen triple-eight we'd be able to glide in. 

Boyfriend: And if not? 


Jayne Mansfield: If not, we'll end up in a disgusting crash! 



One
year after the release of THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield and her real-life boyfriend did "end up in a disgusting crash." ...
 
The crash i
s uniquely "disgusting" because of gruesome reports that Jayne Mansfield's head was cut off in the collision:



"Several TV and radio commentators speculated on whether the head had been sewed back on. 
 There were other equally sickening
worldwide reports and comments."

 
- "JAYNE MANSFIELD - A BIOGRAPHY".  By May Mann.  Published 1973.


"The face that was known the world over was completely severed from the body that made her world-famous. 
  It was the most dreadful sight anyone had ever seen."
 - MOTION PICTURE Magazine.  September 1967.


Jayne Mansfield recites the prophetic line -  "...we'll end up in a disgusting crash"  - while piloting a plane. ...

Jayne Mansfield's fatal car crash will occur at the end of a day on which she had toured an Air Force Base. ...





In the 1966 film, THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield is piloting a plane when she replies to her on-screen boyfriend, "If not, we'll end up in a disgusting crash!" 
In 1967, Jayne Mansfield and her boyfriend (Lawyer Sam Brody) die in a crash that is particularly disgusting because of reports that Jayne's head was cut off. 
Jayne Mansfield's prophetic line is recited while piloting a plane.  Jayne Mansfield's fatal crash occurred on the night of the day she toured an Air Force Base. ... 




In THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield plays "Junior" who is flying alone with her boyfriend when she recites the line foreshadowing Jayne's actual death. ...

The moment Jayne Mansfield - as "Junior" - completes the line that foreshadows her death, her onscreen boyfriend makes a distinct facial expression. ... 

In real life, the only known photo of Jayne Mansfield flying alone with her daughter Jayne Mansfield "Junior" shows them flying on a Disneyland ride. ...  

In the photo, Jayne Mansfield's flying companion - Jayne "Junior" - is making the same facial expression as Jayne's flying companion in the film-scene. ...  





In THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield plays "Junior" and when she completes the line foreshadowing her actual death her flying companion makes a distinct facial expression. 
In real life, the only photograph showing Jayne Mansfield "Junior" flying alone with Jayne Mansfield (on a Disneyland ride) has "Junior" making a similar facial expression. ...  




The only film part for the real Jayne Mansfield "Junior" is a brief, non-speaking, uncredited appearance in OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE. ...





The only film appearance for the real Jayne Mansfield "Junior" is in OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE starring Katharine Hepburn. ...




Jayne Mansfield "Junior" appears (uncredited) in only one movie, OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE starring Katharine Hepburn. ...

Katharine Hepburn died on the 36th anniversary of the car crash that killed Jayne Mansfield, her boyfriend and her driver. ...
 
At age 36, Princess Diana
suffered the same death as Jayne:  killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and her driver. ...

In OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE, there is a scene in which Katharine Hepburn is holding a scale-model of a small plane. ...

In THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield is "Junior" who flies a small plane while reciting the line foreshadowing her death. ...
 





Jayne Mansfield "Junior" appears in only one film, OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE, starring Katharine Hepburn.  In OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE Katharine Hepburn is seen holding a scale-model of a small plane. 
In THE FAT SPY, Jayne Mansfield plays "Junior" and pilots a small plane as she recites the line foreshadowing her actual death.  Katharine Hepburn died on the 36th anniversary of Jayne Mansfield's death. 
Jayne Mansfield was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their driver.  At age 36, Princess Diana was killed in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their driver. ... 




Katharine Hepburn and her brother Tom: 



KATHARINE HEPBURN'S SECRET TORMENT 
(by Neil Norman, published June 10, 2010)

It was Kate and Tom Hepburn’s last day in New York.  They had been staying in Greenwich Village with their auntie Mary for the Easter holidays.

On the morning of their return to their family home in Connecticut, Kate was having breakfast and Mary was putting a packed lunch together for
the children to take on the train.

Worried that they might miss the train Mary asked Kate to go upstairs to find what was keeping her brother.  Kate ran up to the top of the house
where Tom was sleeping in the attic bedroom and knocked on the door.

There was no answer.  She knocked again and called his name.  Kate entered and her life changed for ever.  Her brother was hanging from a piece
of material looped around the rafters.  He was dead.

The trauma of that moment in 1921 stayed with Katharine Hepburn for the next 80 odd years of her life.  She had idolised her elder brother.  She was
nearly 14 and he was just two years older.

“After Tom was gone,” recalled Hepburn many years afterwards, “I believe my personality changed.  I went from being totally open to life to being
closed to life.  You might say ingrown, sort of like a toenail can get when your shoe is too small.”

Unable to accept that Tom had committed suicide the Hepburn clan speculated it was an accident.  A parlour trick gone wrong.  ...

Sadly there is circumstantial evidence to support the theory that Tom committed suicide as there were a number of cases of suicides and depressions
in the Hepburn family.  Her maternal grandfather and father’s brother had both committed suicide.

These tragedies were never talked about in her family.  And thus it was for Tom.  His name was never mentioned again.  There was no mourning, as
Hepburn later said: “What you do is to move along, get on with it and be tough.”  Kate’s father had a phobia about depression and the damage it could
cause.  He called it a “contagious disease” and attempted to surgically remove it from his family.  “It was so much more terrible because we were not
just told not to talk about Tom but not to think about him,” she said.

According to Charlotte Chandler’s remarkable new book, The Real Kate: A Personal Biography Of Katharine Hepburn,  the actress subsumed Tom’s
identity within her own in order to keep him alive within herself.  “Because no one spoke Tom’s name I pledged to Tom and myself that he would live
in my heart and mind as long as I lived.  I decided I had to live my life for two.  It was the only way I could keep my brother alive.  I decided I would share
my life with my brother. The real date of his death would not be until the day I died.”  She took over his birthday, November 8, as her own, discarding
her birth date of May 12.  She began wearing his clothes and, although always a tomboy, began acting more boyishly than before. ... 

- Neil Norman.  Published June 10, 2010.   Click here to read the complete article



To keep the spirit of her dead brother Tom alive within herself, Katharine Hepburn switched her birthday to Tom's birthday, November 8. ...

The cover of THE QUEEN IS DEAD is a dead film character named Tom, played by an actor (Alain Delon) whose birthday is November 8. ... 

Katharine Hepburn was the star of OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE, the only film with Jayne Mansfield "Junior"  whose birthday is November 8. ...

Jayne Mansfield was playing the part of a film character named "Junior" when she recited the line that foreshadowed her actual death. ...  

Regarding the early death of her brother Tom, Katharine Hepburn pledged, "The real date of his death would not be until the day I died." ...

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

Princess Diana died at the age of 36 - the victim of a car crash that also killed her boyfriend and their driver. ...

The dead "Tom" on the cover of THE QUEEN IS DEAD is a film character who lived from 1933 to 1961. ...

Jayne Mansfield was born in 1933 and Princess Diana was born in 1961. ...

Katharine Hepburn switched from her birthday (May 12) to her brother Tom's birthday (November 8) - a difference of 180 days. ... 

Katharine Hepburn and Jayne Mansfield each died on June 29, the 180th day of the year. ...   





Jayne Mansfield plays "Junior" in THE FAT SPY, where she recites the line that foreshadowed her actual death. 
The only film with the real Jayne Mansfield "Junior" is OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE starring Katharine Hepburn.
Katharine Hepburn switched her birthday to the birthday of her dead brother Tom.  Tom Hepburn was born on November 8.  Jayne Mansfield "Junior" was born on November 8. 
The cover of THE QUEEN IS DEAD shows a dead film character named "Tom" (Thomas Vlassenroot in L'INSOUMIS) played by an actor (Alain Delon) born on November 8. 
The dead "Tom" on the cover of THE QUEEN IS DEAD lived from 1933 to 1961, the years in which Jayne Mansfield (1933) and Princess Diana (1961) were born.    
Katharine Hepburn died on the 36th anniversary of the car crash that killed Jayne Mansfield, her boyfriend and their driver. 
Princess Diana was killed at age 36 in a car crash along with her boyfriend and their driver. 

 

 
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