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Betty Grable

After 10 years of film roles during the 30’s, this blonde actress from Missouri, was signed by 20th Century Fox & emerged as one of the most popular stars of her era. During the 1940’s Betty was known as “the girl with the million dollar legs” & became the most popular pin up girl in America.

Betty Grable Fact File :

Birth Name:
Elizabeth Ruth Grable

Date Of Birth: 18th Dec. 1916

Place Of Birth:
Louis, Missouri, USA

Date Of Death: 2nd July 1973

Place Of Death:
Santa Monica, California, USA

Height: 5’ 4”

Nickname: The Girl With The Million Dollar Legs

Spouses:
Henry James (1943 - 1965)
Jackie Coogan (1937 - 1940)

Film Debut:
“Let’s Go Places”
(1930 - Uncredited)

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Probation(1932) VHS
Betty Grable makes one of her first appearances in this programmer about a judge who sentences a playboy to serve as his daughter's chauffeur. Sally Blane and Eddie Phillips star. 60 min.

Give Me A Sailor(1938) VHS
Lively musical-comedy stars Bob Hope and Jack Whiting as sibling sailors who meet sisters Betty Grable and Martha Raye while on leave. Whiting has the hots for Grable, but so does Hope, who tries to fix his brother up with Raye. Songs include "What Goes Here in My Heart?," "A Little Kiss at Twilight." 78 min.

A Yank In The RAF [DVD](1941) DVD
Wartime flag-waving excitement with Tyrone Power as a brash American pilot who joins the British Royal Air Force. While romancing nightclub entertainer Betty Grable, he uses his aerial skills and all-American enthusiasm to battle the Nazis in the skies over France. With Reginald Gardiner, John Sutton, and some authentic WWII film footage. 98 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby stereo and mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French; theatrical trailer; scene access.

Footlight Serenade(1942) VHS
Backstage Broadway musical features Betty Grable and John Payne as secretly married actors in the same show and Victor Mature as boxer-turned-thespian who sets his sights on Grable. Able support from Jane Wyman, Phil Silvers, Mantan Moreland; songs include ``Are You Kidding?,'' ``Living High.'' 81 min.

I Wake Up Screaming(1942) VHS
Cast against type, Betty Grable and Victor Mature prove themselves capable actors in this mystery about an actress' murder and her sister's (Grable) attempt to clear the victim's agent (Mature) of the crime. Tense drama also stars Laird Cregar, Carole Landis, Elisha Cook, Jr. 82 min.

Song Of The Islands(1942) VHS
Lush Hawaiian scenery and a sarong-clad Betty Grable are just two of the treats on hand in this musical tale of two lovers whose fathers fight over a strip of land both men want. Victor Mature is Betty's burly love interest; Thomas Mitchell, Jack Oakie, Billy Gilbert co-star. 73 min.

Pin-Up Girl(1944) VHS
Who else but Betty Grable, WWII's most famous pair of legs, could play the title role? In this musical comedy she's a secretary who masquerades as a singer and finds herself on the stage of a USO canteen performing for the troops. John Harvey, Joe E. Brown, Martha Raye co-star. 83 min.

 

The Dolly Sisters(1945) VHS
Betty Grable and June Haver sing and dance their way through the title roles in this breezy musical biodrama about the vaudeville duo who charmed America at the turn of the century. With John Payne, Frank Latimore, S.Z. Sakall. Songs include "I Can't Begin to Tell You," "I'm Always Chasing Rainbows," "Give Me the Moonlight." 114 min.

The Beautiful Blonde From Bashful Bend(1949) VHS
Rip-roaring western spoof stars Betty Grable as a frontier hellcat on the run from the law who hides out in a small town by masquerading as a prim schoolmarm. With Rudy Vallee, Margaret Hamilton; Preston Sturges' last American film. 76 min.

How To Marry A Millionaire [DVD](1953) DVD
Delicious comedy about three man-crazed models out for eligible (and wealthy) bachelors who rent a posh Manhattan apartment and pose as rich gals in order to get their guys. Marilyn Monroe is wooed by a playboy, but is snagged by tax-dodging crook David Wayne; Betty Grable hooks on to well-off Fred Clark, but falls for forest ranger Rory Calhoun; and Lauren Bacall attracts aging, affluent William Powell, but opts for the seemingly poor Cameron Mitchell--who turns out to be a millionaire! Based on 1933's "The Greeks Had a Word for Them." 95 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby 4.0 and stereo, French mono; Subtitles: English, Spanish; Movietone newsreel; theatrical trailers; scene access.

 

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