After her studio took out an insurance policy with Lloyd's of London, Betty Grable was known as the girl with the million-dollar legs. This sparkling salute to the star of a bevy of Technicolor musicals features two dolls and 29 costumes. Rendered with vivid accuracy, the wardrobe includes apparel by... read more
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After her studio took out an insurance policy with Lloyd's of London, Betty Grable was known as the girl with the million-dollar legs. This sparkling salute to the star of a bevy of Technicolor musicals features two dolls and 29 costumes. Rendered with vivid accuracy, the wardrobe includes apparel by such noted Hollywood designers as Orry-Kelly and René Hubert.
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