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  • Steven Cone

    Betty Grable - In 1943 Grable posed for this famous icon pinup photo. She soon became one of the most popular vintage pinup girl among GIs fighting in World War II.

  • Jeanette Myers

    Famous photos

  • Nicole Andreno

    Betty Grable - one of the original pin up girls, famed for her lovely legs, said to be the best legs in Hollywood

  • Renee Claveau

    Betty Grable, most famous pin up for the GI's in world war 2, her legs were insured for a million dollars each! This was in 1940. Not one dimple in them..ha ha, unlike mine. ;)

  • Becky Phillips

    Betty Grable Betty Grable legs! WWII pinup girl

  • Diana Nesbitt

    betty-grable AMERICAN SOLDIER PIN UP GIRL WITH THE MILLION DOLLAR LEGS.

  • Lula Lu

    Betty Grable "the Most Beautiful Legs in Hollywood".

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