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1922

"Based on a 1967 movie, Millie tells the story of a Kansas girl who comes to New York in 1922. She is already in love with the new mood in the country: short hair and short skirts, jazz and jobs for women. She figures in New York she will enjoy all of that, and then manage to move up in the world with a practical marriage to a rich boss destined to fall for her hot stenographic skills. Of course, much to Millie's surprise, love isn't modern or old-fashioned — it simply is."

"Childs opened the first of its nine cafeteria-style diners in 1898. The chain expanded to Coney Island in 1922 and featured rooftop dancing before closing in the 1950s."

"Helen Gurley Brown is a native Arkansan whose career includes landmark achievements in advertising and publishing. She was considered a spokesperson for the women’s liberation movement and strexual revolution in the mid-twentieth century as author of the book Strex and the Single Girl (1962) and editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine."

"Wearing a skin-tight sparkling white gown that matched her perfectly coiffed platinum hair, Marlene Dietrich oozed Hollywood glamour during a live concert I attended back in the 1960s. And she was close to 70 years old! Dietrich’s famous husky voice added to her allure as she seduced the audience with her unique rendition of such favorites as "Falling in Love Again," "Lili Marlene," "Little Joe," "See What the Boys in the Backroom Will Have," "The Laziest Gal in Town" and "When the World Was Young.""

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  • 11
  • Egypt
  • Feb 28, 2006
  • English

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