Church Militant: Ella Logan (1913–1969) was a Scottish-born singer and actress who was famous in American pictures and early television. When she performed for the GIs in Italy, she kept one rule with iron-clad resolve: There would never be anything in her show the least bit off-color. She wore simple dresses intended to remind the soldiers of their sweethearts, wives and sisters. Full article is here.
Ella Logan Angel of the Stage
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