circa 1948: EXCLUSIVE Full-length image of American actor Ava Gardner (1922-1990) leaning against a statue of herself as Venus, the Roman goddess of Love, while speaking with an unidentified man on the set of director William Seiter’s film, ‘One Touch of Venus’. Gardner wears a diplax.
1948: Ava Gardner (1922 – 1990), playing Venus the Goddess of Love, bedazzles her co-star Robert Walker (1918 – 1951) playing Eddie Hatch in the musical comedy ‘One Touch of Venus’.
7/20/1948- Hollywood, CA- The breeze toys with the classic Grecian costume of a modern Venus as she stands high on a Hollywood hilltop. Luscious Ava Gardner, who stars in the forthcoming “One Touch of Venus”, lends her beauty–and her arms–to the Twentieth Century conception of the legendary glamor girl.
circa 1948: Actress Ava Gardner (1922 – 1990) holding a statuette of the Venus de Milo in a scene from the Universal film ‘One Touch Of Venus’, directed by William A Seiter. Based on the Broadway musical comedy by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Ogden Nash.