Tag Archives: Dolly Sisters

The Rocky Twins: Norway’s Outrageous Jazz Age Beauties

The Rocky Twins: Norway’s Outrageous Jazz Age Beauties by Gary Chapman

Admired for being stunningly handsome, the Norwegian Rocky Twins were dancers who had a ten-year career in Europe and America appearing on stage and in film between 1927-1937. Their beauty, their androgynous look and their outrageous antics made them legendary

Continue reading The Rocky Twins: Norway’s Outrageous Jazz Age Beauties

The Dolly Sisters in Pictures

The Dolly Sisters in Pictures by Gary Chapman

The glamorous life of the Dolly Sisters as seen in 200 photographic images. Capturing their rise to fame and fortune, from their birth in Budapest, through Jazz Age New York, London, Paris and the Riviera, it reveals their full story in pictures

Continue reading The Dolly Sisters in Pictures

The Dolly Sisters: London

The Dolly Sisters: London

‘Two more electric personalities it has never been my fate to meet. They radiated personal magnetism, vibrant energy or whatever you like to call it and any revue benefited enormously by their presence on the stage… On the stage and off the Dolly sisters were unique.’ Charles B. Cochran

Continue reading The Dolly Sisters: London