|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Queen Of The Hollywood Islands||25||Audio||2004-05-10||Sepia Records (2)|
|2||Annette's Pajama Party||11||Audio||1964||Buena Vista Records|
|3||Annette's Pajama Party||11||Audio||1964||Buena Vista Records|
|4||On A Tropic Night||20||Audio||1990||Conifer Records|
|6||A Collection Of Favorite Hawaiian Songs||8||Audio||1950||Decca|
|7||Annette's Pajama Party||11||Audio||1964||Buena Vista Records|
|8||The Road To Romance...For Bing, Bob And You!||10||Audio||1957||Design Records (2)|
|9||Moon Of Manakoora / My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii / Gulf Coast Blues||3||Audio||V Disc|
|10||Dames / St. Louis Blues||4||Audio||Caliban|
|11||Philco Radio Time, January 29, 1947 / The New Swan Show, November 7, 1948||2||Audio||1975||Radiola|
Dorothy Lamour (December 10, 1914 – September 22, 1996) was an American film actress. She is probably best-remembered for appearing in the Road to... movies, a series of successful comedies co-starring Bob Hope and Bing Crosby.
Dorothy Lamour starred in a number of movie musicals and sang in many of her comedies and dramatic films as well, introducing a number of standards including "The Moon of Manakoora", "I Remember You", "It Could Happen to You", "Personality", and "But Beautiful". Lamour's film career petered out in the early 1950s and she began a new career as a nightclub entertainer and occasional stage actress. In the 1960s she returned to the screen for secondary roles in three films and became more active in the legitimate theater, headlining a road company of Hello Dolly! for over a year near the end of the decade.