Instagram of the day: The first catwoman, actress Julie Newmar

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In 1966, the Batman series was released on America’s television screens, the second TV screen after the 1940s to see the popular comic book universe DC Comics, created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. One of the main characters of the series, along with Batman himself and his faithful assistant Robin, was a female cat. This role was played by actress, singer and dancer Julie Newmar. During the heyday of the atmosphere of decency, the institution of marriage and other attributes of the “American dream”, the image of Julie was extremely provocative, frank and seductive – the actress showed off in a tight-fitting black jumpsuit Catsuit, which made her chiseled figure look like a wriggling snake. Flirty, plastic movements on the camera, luxurious curls and alluring, perky look made Newmar the most beloved female cat for many generations of fans of the Batman comic book.

Julie’s first films were “The Nile Serpent,” where the 17-year-old actress played the role of a revived golden statue, bewitching everyone with her dance, “Theater Van,” in which she played the model, “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” “Demetrius and Gladiators,” and after Batman, the actress delighted fans and geeks with her appearance in the TV series The Twilight Zone, where she was a real devil, Star Trek: Deep Space 9 and the 1994 film Oblivion.

Despite the status of a cult star and the Tony Award, received for her role in the comedy The Family Life Cycle, Julie Newmar did not seek to develop her acting career and gradually devoted herself to business and personal life – Julie opened the brand of women's tights and went into modeling business. In the late 80s and early 90s, Newmar, whose legs were insured for $ 10,000,000, triumphantly defiled the Thierry Mugler show.

Today, a 85-year-old successful model, a business woman and an actress, conducts a personal Instagram, where she publishes luxurious footage of her shoots in different decades – from the 50s to the 2000s, episodes from “Batman” and Thierry Mugler’s shows, as well as joint photos with friends and relatives. We looked through almost everything and it is very beautiful.

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A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on Mar 29, 2019 at 1:37 pm PDT

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She was … up to no good! #CATWOMAN

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on Jan 11, 2019 at 2:28 pm PST

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Dancing the Bluebird from Sleeping Beauty in Jr High School. #catwoman

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on Nov 10, 2017 at 3:59 pm PST

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"Good news …. your heart has recovered" "No permanent damage, no abnormalities … you're healing beautifully." – my doctor

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on May 25, 2018 at 3:09 pm PDT

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My first days in New York City #catwoman

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on Dec 30, 2016 at 4:05 pm PST

View this post on Instagram – with Lindsay Lowe

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GREAT LEGS – the appearance of – Full story at #catwoman

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on Nov 18, 2016 at 5:49 pm PST

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May 1st, I visited the SIDESHOW COLLECTIBLES master studios, a Willy Wonka wonderland, where they make sculptures, both bizarre and beautiful out of waxworks, fiberglass, foam, silicone and resin. I was joined by Olivia de Bernardis, Joel Beren, Phillip Cohen and Chad Colebank in Thousand Oaks, CA. What a show place! It's a kind of Jim Henson mad house and workplace with all individual artist spaces. They make sculptures rather than dolls. Let's say, collector masterpieces for big-kids. "This is where to have fun while you work". Thank you Andy Smith for the tour. #catwoman

A post shared by Julie Newmar (@julienewmarofficial) on May 5, 2017 at 3:46 pm PDT

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