Lana Turner Rocks a Turban and Hot Pants, John Garfield is the First Major Star to Entertain the Troops, Bette Davis Says YES, and Lana and Julie Really Are Just Friends. From 1946, it’s The Postman Always Rings Twice.
Lana Turner Owns 698 Pairs of Shoes, Is a Perfectionist in the Fitting Room, Refuses to Dress Like a Peasant & Creates Her Camera Ready Look.
Lana Turner is a Technicolor Goddess, Marries Husband No. 3, and Gene Kelly Does a Little Singin’ in the Rain. It’s 1948’s The Three Musketeers!
Lana Turner Proves She’s an Actress, Stuns at the Academy Awards, and Escapes the Grasp of Johnny Stompanato. Thanks to Her Brave Daughter…from 1957, it’s Peyton Place.
Lana Turner Is Glamorous, Loves Hot Sauce, Goes Through 7 Husbands, Has An Amazing Sense of Humor, and Is a Fashion Plate!
Lana Turner Can Dance, Becomes a Superstar, Elopes at Age 19, and Joan Blondell is a Good Sport. From 1940, it’s Two Girls on Broadway.