The Late Show
Pardon us for peeking into milady’s boudoir—but who wouldn’t be interested in what the stars wear in the privacy of their homes? Some like pastels, others turn into birds of paradise, but each star makes an evening at home enchanted
Liz it in “Elephant Walk”
For two guys named Mike, Liz Taylor’s a dream.
In the palest of pinks, this Mom’s on the beam
Elaine’s in “Take the High Ground”
A form-fitting black is the robe she prefers,
But who’d want to hide lovely lines like hers!
Piper’s next is “Johnny Dark”
When Piper wears robes of a delicate hue,
The night, need we say, is no longer blue
Mitzi is in “Three Young Texans”
No pastel shades for this almond-eyed miss.
She enlivens the night scene In colors like this
Arlene’s now is “Here Come the Girls”
No tailored robes for her—femininity’s her theme.
In frills, bows and furbelows
This Dahl’s a dream
Terry’s in “Beneath the Twelve-Mile Reef”
It’s sheer provocation but Terry can wear ’em.
Her Moore-ish ensemble’s right out of the harem!
Donna’s in “Gun Fury”
At home, in her boudoir, she sheds her screen self
And dressed in pale yellow’s a provocative elf
Jane appears in “The French Line”
A sultry figure in bright flaming red,
Says, Good Night Ladies—and so to bed!
It is a quote. PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE FEBRUARY 1954