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Gypsy Rose Lee returned to burlesque and in 1941 penned the novel, The G-String Murders. By 1943 the book was adapted into The Lady of Burlesque which itself was subject to censorship. Burlesque dancer, Lili St. Cyr was another of the most recognisable faces in the art form during the 1940s.What is 50s burlesque?
The most influential 50s burlesque dancers, who were successful in their decade and the genre. Effeuilleuse legends in the height of their fame, up and coming burly-Q beauties and the new bad girls of burlesque. It can only be 50s burlesque.How did Lili start her burlesque career?
She originally trained as a ballet dancer and began her life on stage as a chorus girl. Eventually Lili St. Cyr scraped her way up to performing solo acts, only to realise that featured acts got paid more. Featured acts performed nude and so began Lili St. Cyr’s burlesque career.Is Lili St Cyr a burlesque dancer?
Featured acts performed nude and so began Lili St. Cyr’s burlesque career. She was renowned for her beauty, curves and creative burlesque acts. Watch Lili St. Cyr give a more classic burlesque dance in this sultry bedroom scene: