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was an American film actress and one of Hollywood's leading sex symbols in the 1940s and 1950s.
Russell moved from the Midwestern United States to California, where she had her first film role in 1943 in The Outlaw.
She starred in more than 20 films throughout her career.
Russell married three times, adopted three children, and in 1955 founded Waif, the first international adoption program.
Her early ambition was to be a designer of some kind, until the death of her father in his mid-40s, when she decided to work as a receptionist after graduation.
She sang with the Kay Kyser Orchestra on radio, and recorded two singles with his band, "As Long As I Live" and "Boin-n-n-ng!
" She also cut a 78 rpm album that year for Columbia Records, Let's Put Out the Lights, which included eight torch ballads and cover art that included a diaphanous gown that for once put the focus more on her legs than on her breasts.
He joked, "Culture is the ability to describe Jane Russell without moving your hands." Howard Hughes said, "There are two good reasons why men go to see her.
Those are enough." A publicity still for the movie showed her lying on a pile of straw, her blouse stretched tight across her voluptuous breasts.The movie was completed in 1941, but it was not released until 1943 in a limited release.Problems occurred with the censorship of the production code over the way her ample cleavage was displayed.Russell's career revived when she was cast as Calamity Jane opposite Bob Hope in The Paleface (1948) on loan out to Paramount.