Jane Russell from "The Outlaw" (1943). This photo was a pin-up favorite of G.I.'s during WWII.

The Outlaw Directed by Howard Hughes Starring Jane Russell In 1943 Howard Hughes directed and released a highly controversial movie .

Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

Marilyn Monroe as Lorelei Lee & Jane Russell as Dorothy Shaw in "Gentleman Prefer Blondes" release date July 1953

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Jane Russell, 1951 - Early Filmography: The French Line Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Montana Belle · Belle Starr Son of Paleface Macao · Julie Benson The Las Vegas Story · Linda Rollins Double Dynamite · Mildred Goodhue His Kind of Woman

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I love Pin up girls! When someone asks me what beauty is, I often name my favorite pin ups. Betty Grable - The number 1 pin up girl of the.

Jane Russell was the stunningly beautiful bombshell and obsecced by Howard Hughes at the time he directed and released "The Outlaw" with her as the star. Hughes was obsessed with Jane's beauty, breasts and cleavage and wanted to sleep with her but she was happily married and not interested or at less she said, I don't know she may of been embarrassed to say, it would probably be easier to figure out who killed J.F.K. that to figure out whether Jane actually had an affair with Hughes.

The 50 Most Iconic Beauty Looks of All Time

Jane Russell ★ Gallery of Vintage Movie Star P!nups: Yank Magazine pin-up girl Jane Russell; Copyright free pubic domain photographs, vintage pictures of this beautiful famous celebrity as well a short Jane Russell biography, informati

Isn't it the most sublime thing to be able to sleep in and lounge all morning long?  Le sigh...  Sultry 1940s/1950s Jane Russell in negligee

A peignoir, which originally meant a dressing gown worn when combing the hair, also refers to an outer garment, sometimes sheer. The word is often used interchangeably with negligee. No doubt Hollywood helped spread their popularity.

Jane Russell on the beach

‘Ain’t there anyone here for love?’: Jane Russell, the Original Bombshell – Lingerie Talk

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This...is...everything!!! Marilyn Monroe & Jane Russell, in matching gowns designed by Travilla, relax between photographs while they pose for publicity stills to promote their film 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,' Los Angeles, California, May 1953. Photo by Ed Clark. °

Marilyn Monroe drinking a Coke and Jane Russell fixing her makeup during a break while filming Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

 O.o `´*•.¸ ('*•.¸¸.•*')¸.•*´ «´¨`•°..Hugs!..°•´¨`»  .¸.•*" (¸.•*`*•.¸)`*•¸                        O.o    JANE RUSSELL

Jane Russell, the voluptuous Hollywood film star and actress, whose underwear was designed by Howard Hughes, for her part in 'The Outlaw', which was her first film. It was not released in a complete form for a number of years due to censorship problems.

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