Thursday, January 27, 2011

Guess Who?


(Hint: her name is not Lola, and she's not a showgirl.)

20 comments:

  1. IF HER NAME IS NOT LOLA,AND IF SHE ISNOT A SHOWGIRL, PERHAPS MAYBE MARLENE???

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  2. "Not a showgirl"...it can't be Gypsy, then. I'll have to go with Dietrich, too.

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  3. I am thinking Dietrich too, in perhaps one of those shows where Orson used to saw her in half ?

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  4. Or maybe Tallulah - but then of course Tallu didn't bother with underwear ...

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  5. The face is a little Garboian, but the thighs...are not. I'm going to go with Hattie McDaniel?

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  6. It's that Wally Warfield in her Picadilly supper club act. After this number she brought out her ponies, and the Duke of Windsor would place a poodle on each, while Wallace would sing The White Cliff's of Dover. A merry time was had by all.

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  7. Gloria Swanson? Dorothy Lamour?

    Maybe it's a guy in drag!

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  8. Judging by the crotch, I would say Milton Berle.

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  9. Gypsy Rose Lee? I mean come on, you can hardly see her!

    XOXO
    Deb

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  10. Is it Loretta Young?

    (You know I just being facetious)

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  11. Upon enlarging the picture to get a better look at her face ,,, I notice she has a rather large crotch... Still could'nt make out the face... I'll go along and say Milton Berle too...........

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  12. I was only kidding about Milton Berle. But I do think it's a man. Could it be Noel Coward?

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  13. Maybe it's a bad angle, but with those stumpy legs, it kinda looks like me.

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  14. I don't know why, but I keep on thinking it's Gloria Swanson going on drunk...

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  15. What little you can see of the face looks quite Dietrich, but the legs sure don't look good enough to be hers. And I doubt Dietrich would have exposed her crotch onstage like that?! Is it a tipsy Tallulah Bankhead in her 1950s Vegas stint?

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