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Nov 29, 2021

[Answer] Which groundbreaking 1920s dancer was nicknamed "Black Venus"?

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...1. Clara Bow 2. Josephine Baker 3. Tallulah Bankhead 4. Louise Brooks




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Josephine Baker - Josephine Baker was born in St Louis, Missouri but found fame in 1920s Paris, France. Her exotic looks, comedy-timing and sensual dance moves earned her legions of fans and won her the nickname the "Black Venus". Baker danced at Paris's celebrated nightspot the Folies Bergère and in one famous performance she wore a skirt made from 16 jewelled bananas. During World War II, Baker worked for the French Resistance, smuggling messages in her sheet music. This earned her two of France's highest military honors, the Legion of Honor and the Croix de Guerre.:


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