Evelyn Dall: The Bronx Bombshell by David Soren

Unknown in America, always and to this very day, Evelyn Dall   (January 8, 1918 Bronx, New York – March 10, 2010 Phoenix, Arizona) became a mega-star in England during World War II.  Born in the Bronx as Evelyn Mildred Fuss and the daughter of a poorly paid postal clerk, she left school at age 15 to try her luck in American vaudeville in a knockabout threesome called The Sidesplitting Funsters in which she was whirled about like a rag doll and beaten up in the slapstick routine and was forced to quit.  Despite being only 16 she lied about her age to join the Billy Rose Revue at the Casino d