Real Bettie Page: The Truth About the Queen of Pinups
A colorful portrait of the 1950s cheesecake model includes her popularity as a pinup girl, her arrest for attempted murder, and her commitment to a mental hospital. Reissue. (A New Line Cinema film, releasing March 2006, directed by Mary Harron, starring Gretchen Mol & Lili Taylor) (Biography).
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Still more interesting women. Bettie Page was a pin-up model of the 1950s, once the subject of a Congressional investigation for posing for pictures in fetish attire. She dropped out of sight around ... Read full review
This book is written in a negative tabloid style to defame Bettie Page by uncovering dirt on her. She called it a pack of lies, but appreciated the last chapter, which exposed the corruption and mismanagement of her first biographer and agent, Swanson. Foster seems unable to focus on anything but negativity, and did not honour Page's memory or spirit adequately.
Who Is Bettie Page?
Bettie and Billy
Falling in Love
Camera Club Darling
Movie Star NewsOf Pinups and Bondage
Trials and Tribulations
Have You Seen This Pinup Queen?
The Battle of Bettie
Memory and Desire
Bettie Page on the World Wide Web