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Rita

Gilda sings at a night club in Monte Negro with an exposed prefect midriff and a slit to display her dancer’s legs. She has escaped from Argentina but is tricked into returning where Glenn Ford wreaks revenge for his perceived wrongs.

Detailed with Egyptian motifs that proved very popular in the late 1940s. Cairo and Casablanca were synonymous with the exotic, both had a thriving cabaret scene frequented by Americans, similar to that of Berlin in the 1930s. White silk chiffon nuno and hand painted detail.

 

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