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georgiegirl, April 3, 2009 in General Discussions
Fay Wray ?
Not those ladies, but her photo has turned up in this quizz recently.
looks like the progressive insurance spokeswoman. but it's dorothy dalton.
Didnt we "do" her already?
Yes, it is Dorothy Dalton again.
She was a Ziegfeld Follies Girl before she went into movies, and this is one of her Ziegfeld portraits.
"Didnt we "do" her already?"
i assume that that's why fred said we were going to hate him...in the interests of full disclosure, i googled up the photographers name (signed picture). the image was there.
Yes I do "hate" you for that :x
Quite a trick you pulled!
LOL. There should be a rule. One time only!
Who would make up that rule?
Not Fred obviously, he's having too much fun!
>I cant believe a picture like that was ever published back then.
I don't know how those Ziegfeld photos were used. They were illegal in certain cities and states, but I think they were legal in New York, but maybe as "works of art" but not publishable in magazines. I just don't know.
Uhh, you might look up Barbara Stanwyck's photos by the same photographer.
Racy? (LOL) I guess for private collections........
wikipedia may have an explanation...3rd paragraph:
Edited by: scrutney on Jan 2, 2013 10:38 PM
Thanks for the information.
Hmm, I think we need a new photo.
Yes Fred, we're waiting......:_|
Is this too easy?:
could it be a young chairman of the board? old blue eyes? the voice?
Of course it is ! You're right, too easy.
Nnnnn. . . . thought so.
Now don't say she's too easy:
By the looks of her scantily attire, one has to wonder...
<She was a Ziegfeld Follies Girl before she went into movies>
Then, I was on the right track.
She is Alice Wilkie, but I don't think she was in any movies.
She is not Gloria Swanson as some websites claim.
slaytonf, yoo hoo! Stop working and play with us some more.
...speaking of which, where is KD ?
Wow! I'm really surprised that Dorothy Dalton was named so quickly and easily.
Now lets see if people know who this lady is? Still is from 1924.
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