[HOLLYWOOD CUT-OUT DOLL BOOK] Janet Leigh. Statuette Dolls featuring Dresses Designed by Janet Leigh. Lowe. Leigh Mor, Inc. 1957.
Slim 4to. Publisher's pictorial boards, illustrated in colour to both covers, opening to reveal 2 pictorial card balcony pockets containing, in one, a heavy pull-out card featuring two die-cut, unpunched, 'statuette' figures of Janet Leigh, printed in colours and, in the other, 2 separate, and large, folded sheets, each circa 75 x 41cm, printed on one side in full colour, featuring 8 pages of outfits with tabs and printed notes on fabric and detailing by Leigh; an excellent, unused, survival in near fine condition with just slight wear and splitting to spine fold.
Apparently the sole edition of this particular doll book, featuring outfits designed by Leigh herself. The American actress Janet Leigh (1927-2004) enjoyed a long career over five decades and became best known for her role as Marion Crane in Alfred Hitchcock's psychological thriller Psycho (1960) which won her a Golden Globe award in that year and earned her a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards.