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"SWEATER GIRL" WITH 'BULLET BRA' -LISABETH SCOTT

Below is a terrific photo of a famous actress who was the pinnacle of a lovely "Sweater Girl." Can anyone identify her?

Regards from, BulletBrasDotNet

Chris R. says that this is Lizabeth Scott who had a very sultry voice!

Rec'd from Gary Meeks:

Halliwell's terse description is hardly apt. It fails to capture the essence of one of the fine actresses of the '40s and '50s. There is one element of truth in it however. "Defiant expression" comes close to describing that unique interplay between camera and star, the rare and inexplicable quality that allows the audience to know what a character is thinking or feeling with just a look or a glance. Lizabeth Scott had that quality. The camera - and the audience - loved her for it. Not a classical beauty like Bergman or Hayworth, Scott nevertheless lit up the screen with an alluring presence that still captures our attention.

Born Emma Matzo in 1922 to English-Russian parents, Scott studied at Alvienne School of Drama (NY), and was discovered by Hal Wallis in 1945. She appeared in 21 films between 1945 and 1957, mostly for Wallis and Paramount, and was promoted by the studio as a Lauren Bacall or Veronica Lake-type. Like Veronica Lake - though much more talented - Scott was never given the type of role that would catapult her to super-stardom. Many of her movies are easily forgotten (with several notable exceptions), but her characters are not. They linger in memory long after the context has faded.
 

"SWEATER GIRL" WITH 'BULLET BRA' -LISABETH SCOTT






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