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Here are two articles about Hollywood film star Rita Hayworth (born Margarita Carmen Cansino, 1918 1987) that recall her climb to the top and her popularity among the GIs of W.W. II:

"In those eight months [between pictures], Rita took another look at herself. Her pictures were in all the papers, she was beautiful, but she couldn't act. That was why she wasn't getting better parts. She was tagged as nothing but a specialist in leg art. Now she found time for a daily lesson from a dramatic coach and two or three singing lessons a week to improve her speech. In her spare moments she hung around the sets watching the stars and directors, learning how to act."

This woman was the Sweetheart of the AEF during the First World War...

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Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

Rita Hayworth (Rob Wagner's Script, 1946, American Magazine, 1942)

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