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  • Leslie Brooks and Rita Hayworth as Maurine Martine and Rusty Parker wearing gold sequined chorus girl costumes trimmed with gold fringe in the 1944 film "Cover Girl."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Cover Girl

    1944

    Costume seen on Leslie Brooks and Rita Hayworth as Maurine Martin and Rusty Parker

  • An extra as a chorus girl wearing a sequined chorus girl costume trimmed with fringe in the 1948 film "Ladies of the Chorus."
    • Columbia Pictures

    Ladies of the Chorus

    1948

    Costume seen on an extra as a chorus girl

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These showgirl costumes were first seen in the 1944 film Cover Girl, where Leslie Brooks and Rita Hayworth wore them as Maurine Martin and Rusty Parker. One of the costumes appeared again a couple of years later in the 1948 film Ladies of the Chorus.

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About the Costume

These showgirl costumes were first seen in the 1944 film Cover Girl, where Leslie Brooks and Rita Hayworth wore them as Maurine Martin and Rusty Parker. One of the costumes appeared again a couple of years later in the 1948 film Ladies of the Chorus.

These showgirl costumes were first seen in the 1944 film Cover Girl, where Leslie Brooks and Rita Hayworth wore them as Maurine Martin and Rusty Parker. One of the costumes appeared again a couple of years later in the 1948 film Ladies of the Chorus.

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Ian
Photos provided by:
  • Ian
  • Cassiopeia
Costume Designer:
  • Travis Banton
  • Muriel King
  • Gwen Wakeling

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