BLAZE STARR - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 286969
Sale Price $162.00
BLAZE STARRShown in low-cut gown with long-stemmed rose, signed "with Love and Lust" Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: "With Love/And Lust/Blaze Starr/[drawn blazing star]. B/w, 8x10. Captioned in lower margin. She has signed in black ink and 7 hearts in red ink. As a queen of burlesque, Blaze Starr (1932-2015) was known not just for her body, but for her gimmicks. For instance, her act featured a smoldering couch which appeared to burst into flame as she stripped on it. Starr's involvement with Louisiana Governor Earl K. Long resulted in a major political scandal and was the subject of Blaze, a 1989 Academy Award nominated film starring Paul Newman. After Long died, the flamboyant Starr had a relationship with President Kennedy which - she claims - included trysts in the Lincoln Bedroom of the White House. Fully retired from stripping since 1983, Starr is now in the jewelry business. Fine condition.
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