Sally Rand and her "cowgirls" The Oregonian. Friends who knew her personally gathered together Monday evening during a Glendora Historical Society meeting at the Bidwell Forum to remember Rand and her little-known contributions to the Glendora community. It has no lyric story. Photograph postcard measuring "11 x 4" with 9 cowboys and 2 chuck wagons, followed by horses and cattle Sally Rand April 3,  — August 31, was an American burlesque dancer , vedette and actress, most noted for her ostrich feather fan dance and balloon bubble dance. After her movie career ended she went on to dance as a chorus girl in various Broadway plays after her movie career.
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Find out what's happening in Glendora with free, real-time updates from Patch. Sally Rand bought them and intended to upcycle the props and make a toga-type dress. She also performed under the name Billie Beck. It seems she was made for the stage and began her career as a chorus girl at age 13 in Kansas City. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
She was arrested twice in San Francisco in ; while performing at Club Savoy ,       she was arrested by six police officers in the audience as she danced, seemingly nude, in silhouette behind a large white fan; the judge, Daniel R. It featured women wearing cowboy hats, gunbelts and boots, and little else. Please enter your name. The E-mail Address es field is required. You already recently rated this item.
You could try this on the screen, itself, but please don't send me your optometrist's bill. Finally, the trail led to feature roles. Subscribe or log in to continue. In this event, there may be a slight delay in shipping and possible variation in description. An ad-lib remark made during a radio appearance in prompted Al Wagner to file suit against NBC for "defamatory remarks. As Sally manipulated two pink seven-foot ostrich fans to conceal and reveal much, but not all, only the eagle-eyed could successfully claim to have seen anything. There was a little bit of variation throughout the decade, from long to short, blow-dried and b