MAE WEST in I'm No Angel (1933) In this sexy sequinned costume by Travis Banton, Mae belts out 'They Call me Sister Honky Tonk' in her trademark bawdy style. "I've got the face of a saint, on the level it ain't paint. But beware of these eyes, I'm a devil in disguise…. and they call me Sister Honky Tonk." (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #theycallmesisterhonkytonk #sexsymbol

MAE WEST in I'm No Angel (1933) In this sexy sequinned costume by Travis Banton, Mae belts out 'They Call me Sister Honky Tonk' in her trademark bawdy style. "I've got the face of a saint, on the level it ain't paint. But beware of these eyes, I'm a devil in disguise…. and they call me Sister Honky Tonk." (please follow minkshmink on pinterest) #maewest #theycallmesisterhonkytonk #sexsymbol

<0> Mae West, in her own words: "Women are like roads, the more curves, the more dangerous they are."

Legendary Mae West

Mae West - "You only live once but if you do it right, once is enough." Do it with great lashes ;)

Now that's what we call glamour!

Mae West - "You only live once but if you do it right, once is enough." Do it with great lashes ;)

Mae West Introduces Americans to—Gasp!—Sex. She was a tiny lady, barely five foot tall. It was more than her trademark Gay ‘90’s plumed hats that made her seem much bigger. It was a bold, brassy, and irreverent persona that challenged everything puritanical America valued in submissive, virtuous, sexless, and dependent womanhood.

Mae West Introduces Americans to—Gasp!—Sex. She was a tiny lady, barely five foot tall. It was more than her trademark Gay ‘90’s plumed hats that made her seem much bigger. It was a bold, brassy, and irreverent persona that challenged everything puritanical America valued in submissive, virtuous, sexless, and dependent womanhood.

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