Jello shots – with Vickie Lester
What? You didn’t think I was serious?
Jell-o, a nineteen-twenties aesthetic…and Joan Crawford in Our Dancing Daughters, circa 1928, a naughty, scandalous flapper…
The 1950’s, a changing aesthetic, and Jell-o UNLEASHED:
One of my favorite films of all time about the birth of talkies, Singin’ in the Rain, released in 1952 and some astonishingly 1920’s REMINISCENT wardrobe, but the palette, hm… It looks just like Technicolor J— – –
And, it’s still one of the sexiest dances in the history of cinema:
Please drop-by and see my friend Jen, she got me thinking about Jell-o in the first place! Victory Rolls and V8s | on the road with Liberty Images.
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