The Cosmopolitan cover story of Jane’s strong spiritual faith included this great exterior image of the chapel her mother had built on the Russell family property in Van Nuys.
This 1954 issue of Cosmopolitan featured a lengthy article about Jane’s Christian faith. This was something she was always very vocal about.
This lovely May 1952 issue hof Movie-World screams JANE RUSSELL in the best possible way!
This issue of Filmland from August 1951 is the classic Jane we’ve come to know, made up as Julie Benton in Macao.
This May 1951 issue of Television and Screen Guide is one of my favorite Jane covers. It’s han unusual look for her with that hair style and the cat makes me want to turn it into some sort of Halloween decor!
Compared to the magazine covers from the last two days, this November 1951 issue of the digest-sized Quick is positively demure. It’s also shows the many looks Jane could pull off.
Here’s another issue of Paris Hollywood with Jane on the cover, dated June 1948. This publication favored the more cheesecake images of Jane.
Jane remained a cover girl favorite throughout her career. I thought we could spend a few days exploring some of her magazine covers. Here’s Paris Hollywood from November 1947.
Even though Jane didn’t make many movies in the 1940s, magazine publishers saw her as a selling point and continued to use her on the covers of their publications. Here’s an issue of the French Hebdo from 1947