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Lucy and a fan LIFE's Walter Sanders photographed Ball in costume for the extravagant dream sequence set in 18th-century France at the center of "DuBarry Was a Lady." In this 1943 adaptation of Cole Porter's Broadway hit, hoofer Ball had the lead role as a golddigging nightclub singer, opposite fellow comic Red Skelton and a rising song-and-dance man named Gene Kelly. She was billed in the movie's trailer as "Queen of the Red-Heads."
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Broadway Melody - Bessie Love, 1929
Barbara Lamarr (1896-1926). American stage and film actress, cabaret artist and screenwriter. La Marr married for the first time at the age of 17, and was ultimately married five times. Her film career flourished during the silent movie era, but she also embraced the fast-paced Hollywood nightlife, remarking in an interview that she slept no more than two hours a night. La Marr died of tuberculosis and nephritis at age 29. (Wikipedia)