MAE WEST in her late 70's in her boudoir with her pet monkey Tricky (1969) Mae West was not a party girl, she didn't smoke or drink, & was into spiritualism, healthy food, exercise & a good sex life. Photo by PHILIPPE HALSMAN. The Great LIFE Photographers (2009) (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #boudoir #monkey #mirror #blonde #sexsymbol #bedroom #hollywoodglamour
Mae West: Sepia Mae West
During the 1920s, a number of Black performers were billed as "the sepia MAE WEST" or the "sepia Rudolph Valentino" and so on. In Mae's case, it was either because of her notoriety, which gave her name recognition, or because she had linked herself to the black composers who wrote blues songs. • • For instance, Papa Charlie Jackson [c.1885 — 1938] recorded "Shake That Thing" himself in 1925 — — a sultry blues number that Mae loved and introduced to her Broadway audience in her show "Sex"…
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