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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Babette Bardot (born 1940) is the stage name of a Swedish actress who appeared in Russ Meyer's films, including Common Law Cabin and Mondo Topless. After attracting attention for her roles in Russ Meyer's films, Babette Bardot began touring the United States in 1968 as a burlesque dancer under the guidance of her husband and manager, Bob Baker. With the seductive coif of platinum blonde hair and the billing caption "44-24-38 World's Most Sensational Exotic Entertainer" her appearances included the Gayety Theatre in NYC, the Town Theatre in Chicago, and the Colony Club in Dallas. While covering the burlesque circuit, she became a frequent guest on TV and radio programs, including the Wally Phillips Show (WGN-Chicago), The Steve Allen Show and The Phil Donahue Show. Although unconfirmed, Babette claimed that she was a distant relative of Brigitte Bardot and had once modeled for Pablo Picasso while in her late teens. During the Vietnam War, her popularity and public notoriety resulted in a photo insertion in the GI newspaper Stars and Stripes. Description above from the Wikipedia article Babette Bardot, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia


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Cover star Bardot on the set of the film Babette s'en va-t-en guerre (Babette Goes to War) in 1959. It was a big year for her. Photograph: Sipa/Rex. Photographer Sam Levin was instrumental in creating Bardot's image and the so-called Towel Session in ... View article source

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Lean, lean esta estrofa de "Adónde irán los besos", una de sus canciones más emocionantes: "Todo el francés que supe y que sabré nunca fue culpa de ella, la llamaban B.B. y yo la vi en 'Babette se fue a la guerra'". B.B. Las iniciales más famosas de la ... View article source