Lorenz Hart
Cole Porter
Fiorello La Guardia
Gypsy Rose Lee
(Movies & TV)
(Media and Entertainment)
Tempest Storm
(Movies & TV)

See also

Ann Corio

Knowledge Identifier: +Ann_Corio


Ann Corio

Prominent American burlesque ecdysiast and actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1914.

Countries: United States (50%), California (40%), (10%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Lorenz Hart, Cole Porter, Fiorello La Guardia




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Ann Corio was born in 1914 add something


After Mayor Fiorello La Guardia closed down the "bawdy" houses in 1939, Corio made her way to Los Angeles add something


Between 1941 and 1944 she appeared in several Hollywood "B" motion pictures which featured her in scanty costumes , the best known of which was perhaps 1942's "Jungle Siren" opposite Buster Crabbe add something


Second World War - With the Second World War on, she became one of the volunteer pinup girls for "YANK" magazine, appearing in the September 3, 1943 issue of the weekly U.S. Army publication add something


In 1944 she made "Call of the Jungle" and "Sarong Girl" add something


In 1965, she put together the Broadway show "This Was Burlesque" which she directed and in which performed add something


In 1968, she wrote a book using that same title add something


In 1981, the show played Broadway at the old Latin Quarter, which was known as the Princess Theatre, and tried to compete with "Sugar Babies" which was running just a few blocks up the street add something


In 1985, she mounted the show for the second to last time in downtown Los Angeles , at the Variety Arts Theatre, where it did not have a good run add something

Ann Corio died in 1999 add something


A resident of Cliffside Park, New Jersey, New Jersey, Corio died at Englewood, New Jersey Hospital and Medical Center in Englewood, New Jersey, New Jersey on March 1, 1999, aged 90 add something


Burlesque - Sara Pendergast and Tom Pendergast, Gale Virtual Reference Library, accessed 16 February 2011 The strippers gradually supplanted the singing and dancing soubrettes; by 1932 there were at least 150 strip principals in the US. Star strippers included Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee, Tempest Storm, Lili St. Cyr, Blaze Starr, Ann Corio and Margie Hart, who was celebrated enough to be mentioned in song lyrics by Lorenz Hart and Cole Porter