Gloria Allure

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A beautiful blonde movie star—spoiled, pampered, and egotistical—who visited the Pacific to entertain U.S. troops there, not out of genuine patriotism but as a gaudy publicity stunt, only to be transformed into a gung-ho patriot and a finer human being after she and her fellow performers had been taken prisoner by Japanese soldiers and rescued by [[Superman]].
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'''Gloria Allure'''
  
(S No. 36/2, Sep/Oct 1945: "Glory for Gloria!")
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A beautiful blond movie star—spoiled, pampered, and egotistical—who visits the Pacific to entertain U.S. troops there, not out of genuine patriotism but as a gaudy publicity stunt, only to be transformed into a gung-ho patriot and a finer human being after she and her fellow performers are taken prisoner by Japanese soldiers and rescued by [[Superman]] (S No. 36/2, Sep/Oct 1945: "Glory for Gloria!"). (TGSB)
  
 
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Gloria Allure

Gloria Allure

A beautiful blond movie star—spoiled, pampered, and egotistical—who visits the Pacific to entertain U.S. troops there, not out of genuine patriotism but as a gaudy publicity stunt, only to be transformed into a gung-ho patriot and a finer human being after she and her fellow performers are taken prisoner by Japanese soldiers and rescued by Superman (S No. 36/2, Sep/Oct 1945: "Glory for Gloria!"). (TGSB)

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