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Dorothy Lamour Paper Dolls



Because she so often was cast as an exotic beauty and costumed in her signature sarong, Dorothy Lamour was assumed by audiences to be a native of Polynesia. She was not. Instead, she was a sophisticated glamour girl, a talented singer, comedian and dramatic actress, the star of scores of hit movies in the 30s, 40s and 50s.

From The Jungle Princess to the phenomenally Road series of comedies with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour was a successful star and a popular pin-up girl during World War II. All aspects of her career are beautifully illustrated in this new paper doll book by Jim Howard, the great fashion illustrator.

Two Dorothy dolls are ready to cut-out and dress in scores of movie costumes contained in eight visually stunning pages. Included is a star bio by David Wolfe.

  • Model: Hollywood's Exotic Beauty

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