Gypsy Rose Lee     (aka. Louise Hovick)

Gypsy Rose Lee     (aka. Louise Hovick)

Evelyn Knight
Vintage promo portrait photo, dated from December 1948..

Evelyn Knight

Vintage promo portrait photo, dated from December 1948..

The Costello Twins Vintage publicity still features Ruth watching her twin sister adjust her hosiery, on the set of the 1948 Warner Bros. film: “April Showers”.. The twins were a well-regarded acrobatic dancing duo; but appeared in the film as part of a sextet “May Flowers” dance sequence..

The Costello Twins
Vintage publicity still features Ruth watching her twin sister adjust her hosiery, on the set of the 1948 Warner Bros. film: “April Showers”.. The twins were a well-regarded acrobatic dancing duo; but appeared in the film as part of a sextet “May Flowers” dance sequence..

kdo:

Georgia Sothern      aka. "That Fiery Redhead"..


A vintage 40’s-era window poster advertising a February appearance at the 'EMPIRE Burlesk Theatre’ in Newark, New Jersey..

kdo:

Georgia Sothern      aka. "That Fiery Redhead"..

A vintage 40’s-era window poster advertising a February appearance at the 'EMPIRE Burlesk Theatre’ in Newark, New Jersey..

Ann Smith

Ann Smith

Ann Palmer

Ann Palmer

Vicki Welles     aka. "The Dazzling Redhead"..

Vicki Welles     aka. "The Dazzling Redhead"..


Trudine
Looking a little like Carmen Miranda, in her 'Copacabana' -style dance costume..

Trudine

Looking a little like Carmen Miranda, in her 'Copacabana' -style dance costume..

burleskateer:

Lois DeFee   aka. “Queen Of The Amazons”..
A beautiful promo photo from the early-1940’s..

burleskateer:

Lois DeFee   aka. “Queen Of The Amazons”..

A beautiful promo photo from the early-1940’s..


Gypsy Rose Lee   (aka. Louise Hovick)
Appearing here in a publicity still from the 1942-edition of Michael Todd’s ‘STAR And GARTER’ show.. The production opened at New York City’s ‘MUSIC BOX Theatre’ on June 24 -1942; and closed on December 4th - 1943..

Gypsy Rose Lee   (aka. Louise Hovick)

Appearing here in a publicity still from the 1942-edition of Michael Todd’s ‘STAR And GARTER’ show.. The production opened at New York City’s ‘MUSIC BOX Theatre’ on June 24 -1942; and closed on December 4th - 1943..