Svelte Jayne Mansfield plays roulette in Las Vegas (0008)
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Svelte Jayne Mansfield plays roulette in Las Vegas
Blonde and mesmerisingly voluptuous, Jayne Mansfield became a renowned sex kitten of both Hollywood and Italian-produced movies of the 1950s and 60s.
Married at sixteen to her high school sweetheart and becoming a mother at 17, she started out as a physics major, switching first to drama at the University of Texas and then later to UCLA.
After she and her husband parted company, she joined a Dallas stock broking company and headed to Hollywood.
Mansfield used her exceptional IQ (reportedly 163) to smartly break into movies via a series of incredibly publicity stunts and thus became a household name, even before appearing in a film. After bleaching her hair, she won a few beauty contests and did some TV work, before then making her screen debut in "Pete Kelly's Blues" with Peggy Lee.
Photograph is derived directly from the Estate of Frank Worth, accompanied with a sequentially numbered tamper proof holographic seal and with the Estate Seal of Frank Worth and a facsimile signature.
Framed prints are professionally framed by a leading framing company, with matt black framing 2" in width and a thick card inset mount. Unframed prints are delivered flat, never rolled.