Halloween Pin-Ups

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by Leonard Maltin
October 31, 2012 1:00 AM
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It’s easy to see why model-turned-actress Dusty Anderson was a perfect choice for pinup shots like this one in the 1940s. She was first seen as a model in the Rita Hayworth movie Cover Girl, then appeared in a cluster of Columbia pictures over the next few years before retiring from the screen and raising two children with director Jean Negulesco. I dare say no one ever rode a broom more attractively.

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  • mike schlesinger | November 3, 2012 2:29 PMReply

    That Bow picture--with the light from the jack-o-lantern reflecting on her face--is stunning. They really knew how to shoot photographs back then.

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