Billy Travilla Creates Marilyn Monroe’s Iconic Look, Gets Errol Flynn to Wear Tights, Wins An Academy Award, and Can Out Pleat Anyone!
Jane Russell Becomes a Redhead, Richard Egan Goes Platinum Blonde, Howard Hughes Leaves the Movie Business, and Jane Starts Her Own Production Company. It’s 1956’s The Revolt of Mamie Stover!
Marilyn Monroe Proves She’s A Star, Jane Russell Becomes a Mom, & Joan Crawford is Scandalized. From 1953, it’s Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
1948’s The Paleface is a hilarious comedy-Western that pairs our Star of the Month, Jane Russell, with the legendary Bob Hope. The film marked the start of the friendship between Jane and Bob, and there’s no doubt that the fun these two had together offscreen enhanced their performances in the film!
Jane Russell Helps the Children, Says No to Howard Hughes’ Bra Design, Needs Her Sleep, and Proves that Church Ladies Can Still be Sassy and Curse Like Sailors!