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When this Hollywood profile first appeared on paper, actress Lana Turner (1921 1995) was all of twenty-nine years of age and about to begin working on A Life of Her Own, it was her thirtieth movie; her last four films had nearly grossed a record-breaking $20 million, and her smiling mug was on every Hollywood fan magazine that could be found.

"Today, the sleek, gray-eyed Lana has shed the plumpness of two years ago, keeps her weight between to 118 and 127 lbs... Now Lana is as shapely as she was in those early days. She has the 'perfect' figure: 5 ft. 3 in., 34-in. bust, 24-in. waist, 34.5 in. hips."

The article is illustrated with photographs from eight of her pre-'49 movies and lists all the husbands that she'd collected up to that same period (she would acquire eight (8) husbands before assuming room tempreture).

An Amazon Video: A Life of Her Own

     


Lana Turner (Quick Magazine, 1949)

Lana Turner (Quick Magazine, 1949)

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