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Mistinguett

Mistinguett

"Kitty Doner 1895–1988 (92) probably the last of the male impersonators who were popular in vaudeville in the 1920s. She was a headliner on the old Keith-Orpheum circuit and played the Palace and Winter Garden theaters in New York with Jack Benny and Al Jolson, respectively."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vaudeville_performers:_A%E2%80%93K

"Kitty Doner 1895–1988 (92) probably the last of the male impersonators who were popular in vaudeville in the 1920s. She was a headliner on the old Keith-Orpheum circuit and played the Palace and Winter Garden theaters in New York with Jack Benny and Al Jolson, respectively."http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_vaudeville_performers:_A%E2%80%93K

Isabelle Huppert

Isabelle Huppert

Sexy dietrich #sexy #silverscreen #vixen

Sexy dietrich #sexy #silverscreen #vixen

Gaby Morlay

Gaby Morlay

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Photo d'actualité : German born American actress Marlene Dietrich...

Photo d'actualité : German born American actress Marlene Dietrich...

GLADYS BENTLEY (1907-1960) began her career singing and playing piano at rent parties and the legendary speakeasies of "Jungle Alley" at 133rd. She appeared at Harry Hansberry's "Clam House" on 133rd Street, one of New York City's most notorious gay speakeasies, in the 1920s, and headlined in the early thirties at Harlem's Ubangi Club, where she was backed up by a chorus line of drag queens. She played piano and sang lyrics to popular tunes of the day in a deep, growling voice.

GLADYS BENTLEY (1907-1960) began her career singing and playing piano at rent parties and the legendary speakeasies of "Jungle Alley" at 133rd. She appeared at Harry Hansberry's "Clam House" on 133rd Street, one of New York City's most notorious gay speakeasies, in the 1920s, and headlined in the early thirties at Harlem's Ubangi Club, where she was backed up by a chorus line of drag queens. She played piano and sang lyrics to popular tunes of the day in a deep, growling voice.

La Garconne: This term was used to describe the flapper lifestyle. It was used to express the freedom of the 1920's.

La Garconne: This term was used to describe the flapper lifestyle. It was used to express the freedom of the 1920's.

Josephine Baker Dance Review Fine Art Print

Josephine Baker Dance Review Fine Art Print

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