Before the 50-es when Marilyn Monroe eclipsed all the women of the planet, in the dreams of menwas Betty Brosmer. Her unusual and catchy appearance brought her frenzied popularity.
A photo of Betty appeared in the Sears & Roebuck catalog when she was 13 years old. The following year she visited New York City with her aunt and posed for pictures with a professional photographic studio; one of her photos was sold to Emerson Televisions for use in commercial advertising, and it became a widely-used promotional piece, printed in national magazines for several years thereafter.
Just look at whis pretty woman! You will be surprised …
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