Even as late as 1956 Bettie still hoped to star on Broadway one day. She performed in dramaschool productions and in Long Island summer theatre. At the end of the year she terminated her work with Irving Klaw.
In 1957 Bettie continued "camera club" work for a while longer, then left New York and disappeared. Since then she was rediscovered in the middle '70s and again in the '80s and '90s as a Cult Model, when her photographs were republished in several magazines, such as THE BETTY PAGES, published in N.Y. and still available (6 issues). In 1993 she was surprisingly discovered to be still alive, in that same year the film Teaserama was rediscovered in the archives of exploitation-king David F. Friedman.
If you are like me, then you want to own your own copy of these books.
The photos are superb, and pixels on a screen do not do them justice.
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Bettie Page : Queen of Hearts
Betty Page Confidential
The Real Bettie Page : The Truth About the Queen of Pinups (paperback)
The Real Bettie Page : The Truth About the Queen of Pinups (hardcover)
Bettie Page : The Life of a Pin-Up Legend (paperback)
Bettie Page : The Life of a Pin-Up Legend (hardcover)
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