Page 4 Movie Celebrity Paperdolls

Vintage 1940's and 1950's Movie Celebrity Paperdolls, Page 4

Mary Martin paper dolls

Published by Saalfied 1942

#2427 Lovely paper doll in a much-loved condition. But you can still identify her face and the figure

Favorite stage and film musical actress. She indeed is "Peter Pan" .........(the mid-1950's) on stage and TV. Peter Pan flew on stage to the delight of children, old and young.

During the late 40's she enchanted audiences with her performance on Broadway in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "South Pacific" with Ezio Pinza.

"Some Enchanted Evening" sums up the theme of the magical play.

Madame Alexander created a hard plastic doll version of Mary in the sailor uniform she wears in the Broadway musical.

Mary Martin had a great career in show business, check out Mary Martin Movies 

Here you can check on Books about Mary Martin 

The McGuire Sisters

3 cut out dolls with dresses that sparkle

Published by Whitman 1959

Christine, Phyllis, and Dorothy.

Singing sensation of the 1950s. Some of their more popular hits are: "May You Always," "Sincerely," "Goodnight Sweetheart, Good Night" and "Sugartime."

They had beautiful voices... they still perform occasionally in Las Vegas.

Phyllis was the longtime girlfriend of former mob boss Sam Giancana.

A fan of the McGuire Sisters? You can check out The McGuire Sisters Classical Music 







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Rosemary Clooney paper doll

Published by Samuel Lowe 1956

#2569

Extremely popular songbird hit her stride in the 1950s. Some of her biggest hits were "Come On-a My House," "Hey There," "Half As Much," and "This Ole House."

Guested on many TV shows such as "The Colgate Comedy Hour," "The Bob Hope Show," "The Perry Como Show," "The Dean Martin Show," "Password" .....and many many more.

Rosemary Appeared on the silver screen in "White Christmas" (1954) with Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Vera-Ellen.

One thousand nine hundred fifty-four also saw her starring in "Red Garters" with Jack Carson.

This generation knows her as actor George Clooney's aunt.


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