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    The August 1942 Screenland with Betty Grable on the cover | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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    Betty Grable reminds The Boys of what they are fighting for on the cover of the August 1942 Screenland

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    Betty Grable on the front cover of "Screenland" magazine, USA, August 1942.

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