michellemybellethebeatles:

A rare behind the scenes colour photo of Jayne Mansfield getting all dolled up on the set of The Girl Can’t Help It (1956)

michellemybellethebeatles:

A rare behind the scenes colour photo of Jayne Mansfield getting all dolled up on the set of The Girl Can’t Help It (1956)

latingolightly:

Jayne Mansfield c. 1950s

Jayne Mansfield photographed at the christening of her pool in 1957.

Jayne Mansfield photographed at the christening of her pool in 1957.

Jayne Mansfield photographed on the set of The Girl Can’t Help It


Jayne Mansfield

Jayne Mansfield

hollyhocksandtulips:

Jayne Mansfield
Photo by Lou Jacobs, Jr.

hollyhocksandtulips:

Jayne Mansfield

Photo by Lou Jacobs, Jr.

Jayne Mansfield photographed with her children Zoltan, Mariska, and Tony in April 1967, just a few months before her fatal accident.


"I’m that way about Mickey because he’s a sincere, sweet, loveable guy." - Jayne Mansfield

"I’m that way about Mickey because he’s a sincere, sweet, loveable guy."
- Jayne Mansfield


"I saw Mickey Hargitay in Mae West’s night club show and knew at once that he was really my dream man." - Jayne Mansfield

"I saw Mickey Hargitay in Mae West’s night club show and knew at once that he was really my dream man." - Jayne Mansfield


"He was IT as far as I was concerned. When the waiter came to our table I ordered three steaks — one for me (I practically live on them), one to take home for my dog — and one for the man on the end. We walked out of the Latin Quarter together that night. I had always thought that musclemen were merely good to look at, but when I met Mickey his conversation was so interesting and his manners so charming that I found they fascinated me, too. That night I got home to my hotel apartment as though walking on air. We talked on the telephone for ages that night. Before Mickey left town to go on tour we managed to spend just one day together. Since then we’ve dated regularly." - Jayne Mansfield on meeting her future husband Mickey Hargitay.

Rest in peace to a loving husband and father, Miklos Hargitay. January 6, 1926 - September 14, 2006.

"He was IT as far as I was concerned. When the waiter came to our table I ordered three steaks — one for me (I practically live on them), one to take home for my dog — and one for the man on the end. We walked out of the Latin Quarter together that night. I had always thought that musclemen were merely good to look at, but when I met Mickey his conversation was so interesting and his manners so charming that I found they fascinated me, too. That night I got home to my hotel apartment as though walking on air. We talked on the telephone for ages that night. Before Mickey left town to go on tour we managed to spend just one day together. Since then we’ve dated regularly." - Jayne Mansfield on meeting her future husband Mickey Hargitay.

Rest in peace to a loving husband and father, Miklos Hargitay. January 6, 1926 - September 14, 2006.