And of course,
we’ve never been shy about posting classic pictures of:
and Natalie Wood —
— women who I’ve always found particularly appealing.
I know that some folks are probably wondering just who she is —
But, in certain circles,
Betty Brosmer is as famous as any of the ladies I previously mentioned.
Betty was the ultimate late 1950’s beauty —
she won all sorts of titles (over 50!) like “Miss Television” before she was 20.
She’s remembered for several things, actually–
Her beautiful face and stunning figure appeared in almost all of the major national magazines in the 1950’s and 1960’s —
Not to mention
album covers —
In the book
“Great Glamour Girls of the 20th Century,
author Steve Sullivan described Betty thus:
“…there will never be another glamour girl like Betty Brosmer.
Her classically sunny, all-American blonde beauty was a worthy counterpart to that of Marilyn Monroe.
Her magnificently contoured-beyond-perfection figure was without equal…..
Further, there was a glow, an incandescence about Betty that was not to be found in any other model.
And the total package was so utterly winning that Betty, without every revealing much more epidermis than one would be likely to see at the beach, was the definitive super-model of the 1950’s.”
the lady was very sexy.
Betty was more than a pretty face and beautiful body.
Betty founded the first health and fitness magazine for women –
She has been a leading authority on exercise and training for over 50 years.
— of course,
still looks gorgeous.
Here she is,
with her late husband Joe Weider,
and the Governator.
I think anybody involved in muscle and fitness will remember
Betty as a strong, vivacious, and stunningly feminine lady —
Three cheers for the ‘girl with the impossible waist’ !!!!