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Tinker Bell: vintage 8x10 photo
Tinker Bell was a professional dancer trained in ballet, tap and adagio dancing. Her first job in burlesque was as a chorus girl at the famous New York city club, Leon & Eddie’s. Tinker Bell stripping career really took off (pun intended) in Washington DC while she was performing at the Wayne Room in 1956. She quickly became a crowd favorite and shortly thereafter, she was touring the country. Tinker Bell is shown here modeling her costume for her Cleopatra act.

Tinker Bell: vintage 8x10 photo

Tinker Bell was a professional dancer trained in ballet, tap and adagio dancing. Her first job in burlesque was as a chorus girl at the famous New York city club, Leon & Eddie’s. Tinker Bell stripping career really took off (pun intended) in Washington DC while she was performing at the Wayne Room in 1956. She quickly became a crowd favorite and shortly thereafter, she was touring the country. Tinker Bell is shown here modeling her costume for her Cleopatra act.

(Source: burlyqnell, via suicideblonde)

notpulpcovers:

lovelypixel:

Arcade flyer for Moon WarThere is an obvious joke here…. I don’t feel it needs to be said. 

Ultimate Moon Shot

notpulpcovers:

lovelypixel:

Arcade flyer for Moon War

There is an obvious joke here…. I don’t feel it needs to be said. 

Ultimate Moon Shot

leilahyams:

Finalists for the Island of Lost Souls (1932) ‘Panther Woman’ competition, from left to right: Kathleen Burke (the eventual winner), Gail Patrick, Verna Hillie and Lona Andre. 
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leilahyams:

Finalists for the Island of Lost Souls (1932) ‘Panther Woman’ competition, from left to right: Kathleen Burke (the eventual winner), Gail Patrick, Verna Hillie and Lona Andre

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(via the-dark-city)

oldnewyork:

kvetchlandia:

Bruce Davidson     Brooklyn, New York, from the “Brooklyn Gang” Series   1959

omg all those silver-age comics…

oldnewyork:

kvetchlandia:

Bruce Davidson     Brooklyn, New York, from the “Brooklyn Gang” Series   1959

omg all those silver-age comics…