noonesnemesis:

"In My Shadow"..
Dardy Orlando    (younger half-sister of Lili St. Cyr..)
Photographed by - Bruno Bernard (Bruno of Hollywood) in 1950..

noonesnemesis:

"In My Shadow"..

Dardy Orlando    (younger half-sister of Lili St. Cyr..)

Photographed by - Bruno Bernard (Bruno of Hollywood) in 1950..

Yummy Mummy Inez Claire vamps-it-up for archeologist Little Jack Little, in this publicity still for Quality Pictures’ 1950 Burlesque film: 'TOMB ITMAY CONCERN'.. It was one of a number of short features produced by W. Merle Connell for the burgeoning 16mm Home Movies market.. Snippets of these shorts, were also featured in coin-operated machines found at many 50’s-era Carnival penny arcades..

Yummy Mummy Inez Claire vamps-it-up for archeologist Little Jack Little, in this publicity still for Quality Pictures’ 1950 Burlesque film: 'TOMB ITMAY CONCERN'.. It was one of a number of short features produced by W. Merle Connell for the burgeoning 16mm Home Movies market.. Snippets of these shorts, were also featured in coin-operated machines found at many 50’s-era Carnival penny arcades..

Robin Jewell appears in a publicity still from "International Burlesque"; released in November of 1950..

Robin Jewell appears in a publicity still from "International Burlesque"; released in November of 1950..

Lilly Christine appears on the cover of a Souvenir Program for Michael Todd’s Broadway musical: ‘PEEP SHOW’.. This hit 1950 production ran for 278 performances; and made "The Cat Girl" an international sensation..

Lilly Christine appears on the cover of a Souvenir Program for Michael Todd’s Broadway musical: ‘PEEP SHOW’.. This hit 1950 production ran for 278 performances; and made "The Cat Girl" an international sensation..

creepingirrelevance:
Vintage lobby card from Val Guest’s 1949 film: ‘Mystery at the Burlesque’.. This British film was shot at England’s famous 'Windmill Theatre', and made use of the club’s own showgirls.. The original title of the film was: 'Murder at the Windmill'; but in 1950, was retitled for release to North America audiences..

creepingirrelevance:

Vintage lobby card from Val Guest’s 1949 film: ‘Mystery at the Burlesque’.. This British film was shot at England’s famous 'Windmill Theatre', and made use of the club’s own showgirls.. The original title of the film was: 'Murder at the Windmill'; but in 1950, was retitled for release to North America audiences..



Florida Fuller     (aka. Floride Fuller)
Vintage promotional photo, personalized: “Sincere Personal Regards to my good friends Vicky & Charlie  —  from Florida  —  July 20, 1950..”   Florida (sometimes spelled "Floride") was married to Burly-Q comic Bob Lee; who later became the Backstage Manager of Boston’s famed 'Old Howard Theatre'..

Florida Fuller     (aka. Floride Fuller)

Vintage promotional photo, personalized: “Sincere Personal Regards to my good friends Vicky & Charlie  — from Florida  — July 20, 1950..”   Florida (sometimes spelled "Floride") was married to Burly-Q comic Bob Lee; who later became the Backstage Manager of Boston’s famed 'Old Howard Theatre'..

Naomi (aka. "The Brunette With An Educated Body" ) appears twice in this publicity still from the 1950 film: "The STRIP-TEASE MURDER CASE"; directed by Hugh Prince.. The film also featured strippers: Denise Darnell, Lynn Sherwood, Eunice Jason, and Alverta..

Naomi (aka. "The Brunette With An Educated Body" ) appears twice in this publicity still from the 1950 film: "The STRIP-TEASE MURDER CASE"; directed by Hugh Prince.. The film also featured strippers: Denise Darnell, Lynn Sherwood, Eunice Jason, and Alverta..

Crystal Ames
Vintage promo photo dated from April of 1950..

Crystal Ames

Vintage promo photo dated from April of 1950..

Bettina  

Vintage promo photograph dated from April of 1950..

Bettina  

Vintage promo photograph dated from April of 1950..

Eunice Jason

Appearing twice in this publicity still from the 1950 film: "The STRIP-TEASE MURDER CASE".. The film also featured strippers: Denise Darnell, Lynn Sherwood, and Naomi..
Eunice Jason
Appearing twice in this publicity still from the 1950 film: "The STRIP-TEASE MURDER CASE".. The film also featured strippers: Denise Darnell, Lynn Sherwood, and Naomi..