“The Flapper” (not for old fogies!) began publication in, 1922. It was based out of Chicago and the first issues were mainly focused on flapper apparel: the “new-fashioned” girl. As the magazine delved deeper, they wrote about the importance of … Continue reading
June McCall was a sweet girl who tried to stay good, in Hollywood. The Vargas Girl, cover model told about how she was constantly on the defense, from “sleazy men on casting couches”. When she was a chorus girl, a … Continue reading
A very young, Lucille.
Deborah Kerr, From Here to Eternity ”I don’t think anyone knew I could act until I put on a bathing suit,” Deborah Kerr once told Collier’s magazine. That halter top, bathing suit did turn heads and Kerr was nominated for … Continue reading
Look up “woman” in the dictionary and you’ll find, Irish McCalla. Irish played “Sheena: Queen of the Jungle”. The 1950’s classic TV show ran for 26-episodes, but is remembered and loved by many fans. Irish was athletic, 5’10”, and well-endowed … Continue reading
1967’s Valley of the Dolls (based on the novel by Jaqueline Susann) starred Patty Duke, Sharon Tate, and Barbara Parkins. The movie centers on Anne Welles, Barbara’s character, who comes to New York with hopes of finding a lavish job … Continue reading