Jayne Mansfield – Rare Historical Photos from the Netherlands – October, 1957
Jayne Mansfield — April 19, 1933 – June 29, 1967
Born Vera Jayne Palmer, Jayne was a wildly popular American film, theater, and television actress. In addition to acting, Jayne was also a nightclub entertainer, singer, and one of the first Playboy Playmates. She was one of Hollywood’s best-known sex symbols during the 1950s and early 1960s, as a part of the 20th Century Fox lineup. She was also known for her extremely publicized personal life and publicity stunts, like wardrobe malfunctions.
Below are 25 rare historical photos of Jayne Mansfield during a trip to the Netherlands in October, 1957. The photo set were discovered by Flickr user Poedie van Laar.
Jayne Mansfield on her 1957 visit to the Netherlands in her room at the Amstel Hotel in Amsterdam.
Jayne Mansfield visiting De Telegraaf Newspaper.
Jayne Mansfield looking at the De Telegraaf Newspaper printing presses.
Photo of Jayne in gloves, posing with her poodle while in Amsterdam.
Jayne in Rotterdam Stadium kicking off soccer match Sparta against DOS.
Jayne in bed at her hotel – Netherlands trip, 1957.
Mansfield is seen here kicking off a soccer match between Sparta against DOS with a kiss on the mouth of captain Rinus Terlouw. Herman Kuiphof, a member of team Sparta, would later say of the event “One of the few times that he really failed was in a friendly match against DOS in Utrecht. But that was probably because he got a kiss from the American sex bomb-movie star Jayne Mansfield around kick-off. It became 7-1 and ‘the rock’ was that day of paperboard.”
Mansfield about to depart Rotterdam by helicopter.
Adorable photo of Jayne in a Volendams Costume.
Jayne preparing for an interview with Wim Sonneveld on VARA television.
Jayne Mansfield having some fun with a sailor from Massey Destroyer.
Jayne kissing a pair of clogs on her Netherlands trip – 1957.
Mansfield posing with a U.S. Airforce fighter jet while in the Netherlands.
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