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Gypsy Rose Lee performing her strip-tease act during a traveling carnival show. Location: Memphis, TN, US Date taken: 1954 Photographer: George Skadding

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Age of glamor: Gypsy Rose Lee, who was famed for her striptease act, lived at Hatch House until 1970

Gypsy - 2008 Broadway Revival. Laura Benanti as Gypsy Rose Lee performing "The Strip."

(RE&D) Take a bow, Lisa Keegan (RE&D) Gypsy - 2008 Broadway Revival. Laura Benanti as Gypsy Rose Lee performing "The Strip.

Natalie Wood as Gypsy Rose Lee Bouidior in the movie "Gypsy."  One of two favorite Natalie movies.  The costumes on her are so beautiful.  (So is her body - amazing!!!)

Natalie Wood as Gypsy Rose Lee Bouidior in the movie "Gypsy." One of two favorite Natalie movies. The costumes on her are so beautiful. (So is her body - amazing!

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Gypsy Rose Lee A stripper yes but more an entertainer who left the men wanting more but satisfied whit all they got

Ever Haute, Always Inspirational - Gypsy Rose Lee - Dezignable ...

Ever Haute, Always Inspirational - Gypsy Rose Lee - Dezignable .

30 Rare and Amazing Vintage Photos That Document Daily Life of Gypsy Rose Lee, America's Most Celebrated Stripper, in 1949

30 Rare and Amazing Vintage Photos That Document Daily Life of Gypsy Rose Lee, America's Most Celebrated Stripper, in 1949

Corset worn by Natalie Wood in Gypsy (1962), now owned by Dita Von Teese.

Dita Von Teese's Photo

Dita Von Teese's photo: Addition to my collection, this corset Natalie Wood wears in the finale striptease in "Gypsy", the film based on Gypsy Rose Lee's life.

Actress Marian Martin in a Satan-themed burlesque cape. Martin actually played a dancer named ‘Pinky Lee’ in the 1943 film, ‘Lady of Burlesque’ which was based on the novel ‘The G-String Murders’ written by strip tease queen Gypsy Rose Lee. Martin was not a burlesque performer, but her costume is in the satanic burlesque spirit of this post.  Actress Marian Martin and a burlesque cape featuring our pal, Satan, 1930s

Actress Marian Martin and a burlesque cape featuring our pal, Satan, Martin actually played a dancer named ‘Pinky Lee’ in the 1943 film, ‘Lady of Burlesque’ which was based on the novel ‘The G-String Murders’ written by strip tease queen Gypsy Rose Lee.

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