Rhonda Fleming, the gorgeous, flame-haired actress known as The Queen of Technicolor has been signed as another celebrity to become the subject of a paper doll book to be published in 2009 by Paper Studio Press. The artist responsible for the creation of the new book is Norma Lu Meehan, one of the most talented paper doll artists working today, famous for her beautifully detailed fashion renderings.
A star of many films during the 1940s and 50s, Rhonda Flemings breathtaking looks landed her a movie contract while she was a student at Beverly Hills High School. She played in scores of popular films and her beauty often overshadowed some of the scripts. During the 1950s she appeared in 3-D movies, one of the novelties of that decade. Her natural talent as a singer was never exploited as it should have been.
Today Rhonda Fleming is a genuine Lady Bountiful, an important philanthropist responsible for endowing many significant charitable organizations. She has been the guest at Gene Maidens Paper Doll Parties in Los Angeles and is delighted to become the subject of a book to be published by Paper Studio Press.
Photo from the Rhonda Fleming official website.