One of them is Beverly Warren, who was a 22-year-old blond bombshell from Nebraska when she won the role of a gun moll
in the 1946 film ``Three Loan Wolves.
Besides Welch, newcomers to the cast include an amiable Tom Sardinia as the closeted gay bodyguard and, replacing Rache York, an over-the-top Tara O'Brien as dim-bulb gun moll
The innocent inmate was the hero, and his faithful mother and gun moll
both had hearts of gold.
Stunning Viveca Fox, the stripper from Independence Day, hits the target as Mr Freeze's gun moll
The eternal city of youth beckons anew: romantic urban ciphers (cops, gun moll
, stewardess, fast-food gamine) bathed in neon reflections of themselves, style as metaphysics (sunglasses at midnight), gaiety and sorrow entwined in a hungover reverie.
To be a gun moll
in the 1930s meant linking one's fortunes to a gang through partnership with a male bandit who made his living by robbing banks, kidnapping, gun running, small-time protection rackets, and hits for hire.
Bonnie and Clyde fell in love at first sight, but portrayals of Parker as a rifle-wielding gun moll
are exaggerated, Barrow said.
Kidman played a mushy neurosurgeon in her big-budget debut ``Days of Thunder,'' a silky gun moll
in ``Billy Bathgate,'' a prissy Gaelic Barbie Doll in ``Far and Away'' and a kickboxing psychoanalyst who lusts after a psycho-superhero in last year's ``Batman Forever.
Tommy Davidson and Paul Dinello headline this spoof of Quentin Tarantino movies, with Julie Brown as the zaftig gun moll
who justifies the title.
Along the way, he meets many characters of the '50s, such as gangsters and gun molls
, and becomes involved in exploits that will become fodder for his notebook.
CLAIRE BOND POTTER has written on gun molls
in the 1930s, and is the author of War on Crime: Bandits, G-Men and the Politics of Mass Culture (Rutgers University Press, 1998).
Tommy guns, gangsters in tacky clothes (that hasn't changed much), gun molls