Studio photograph of actresses Jeanne Crain, left, and Ethel Waters on a movie set during a break from filming. Waters looks at an oversize reproduction of a $100 war savings bond purchased by "Mr. And Mrs. America" of "Everywhere, U.S.A." Waters holds a sign with the words "Sign up for bonds through payroll savings." Crain holds a hammer to help Waters hang the sign. The two actresses appeared together in the movie, "Pinky" and are wearing costumes worn in the film. "Pinky" was released in 1949, so the photograph had to be taken either before or during that year. The back of the photograph is rubber-stamped with the words "Jeanne Crain, 20th Century-Fox Player."
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