Suzy Parker, Kim Novak and, ultimately, the incredible Betty Brosmer. The 1960s became the age of reality and with it nothing was left to the imagination. The mystery was gone. The motto of the day is "What you see is what you get." Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but glamour was gone forever. This collection contains The Best of the Best , and that is Betty Brosmer . BETTY BROSMER IS THE GLAMOUR GIRL WHO PERSONIFIES WHAT THE WORD "GLAMOUR" REALLY MEANS: beauty, allure, charm, elegance, magnetism, desirability and charisma. These words have all been used in publications describing Betty, including awesome, engaging, captivating, irresistible, dazzling, radiant, exquisite, enchanting, stunning, fabulous and sensational. It could not have been said any better than by Steve Sullivan, foremost author of several books specializing in the Great Glamour Girls of the 20th Century. In one of his books he wrote about Betty: ". there will never be another glamour girl like Betty Brosmer. Her classically sunny, all-American blonde beauty was a worthy counterpart to that of Marilyn Monroe. Her magnificently contoured-beyond-perfection figure was without equal. Further, there was a glow, an incandescence about Betty that was not to be found in any other model. And the total package was so utterly winning that Betty -- without every revealing much more epidermis than one would be likely to see at the beach -- was the definitive super model of the 1950s."