Jane Circa, Chrystabel Leighton Porter, World War, Winston Churchill, prime minister
Jane seen here in the strip called Pirates Aboard. The cartoon, entitled Jane, appeared in The Mirror six days a week and depicted a series of mishaps which resulted in Jane's clothes being ripped or torn off for totally innocent reasons. Its popularity peaked during the Second World War, when prime minister Winston Churchill labelled Jane the British war effort's secret weapon. Actress Chrystabel Leighton Porter modelled for Jane Circa 1945Janecartoon
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