Betty Hutton Story - Part 3





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Published on Jun 24, 2009

Growing up in the Australian bush, during World War 2, one had very little contact with the outside world, except for the daily newspaper and a cinema. It was the magic of the cinema that showed us the vastly different world that lay beyond our sandy beaches. One of the great stars of that time was Betty Hutton. Everyone adored her. She lit up our lives. Her warmth and humour made her far more accessible than any of the other stars at that time. She held nothing back and put everything she had into her character,especially when singing or dancing. Times changed and life pathways took different routes, so it was only recently that I discovered the full story of our beloved Blonde Bombshell. I felt that I owed her something. This is my tribute..........

Comments • 4

susan amoroso
I love Betty Hutton! Her legacy lives on! Thanks for this tribute to a wonderful talented super charged energy of a performer!
M Byley
Wow, that's all I can say. She was a magnificent talent. With her dreary upbringing it's probably no wonder that she no idea how to mother her own daughters, especially with a career that was so hot.
Many thanks for your comments. How right you are. I have always had the very same thoughts about Ethel Merman!
Yes truly magnificent...Thanks for comment.
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