ISSUE DATE: Nov. 10, 1941
Although Rita’s hair has turned, her head hasn’t. As the modern exponent of old-school showfolk, she merely follows a new line of a traditional family business. Offscreen she is easygoing and sometimes inert. Before the camera she is bright as a dollar. Her family were always “clever show people,” Rita is no exception.
Miss Hayworth is not unappreciative of her potent effect on males of all shapes and disposition. Unlike many of her Hollywood sisters, she prefers being feminine to being out-of-doorsy. One of her prime functions, Rita thinks, is to be glamorous.
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