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This competition continues to this day in the Royal Australian Navy, which holds in its archives an "original" forged signed portrait while maintaining a "capturable" image for use in the fleet.
Three weeks after signing her contract, George Sidney directed Williams' first screen test.
These tests were always romantic scenes and included Williams begging the men to have sex with her character, to which they were required to refuse ... When the men said the final, "No", Williams would pull at her tear-away skirt and sweater leaving nothing but a gold lamé swimsuit.
The scenes would always end with the men giving in and kissing her after that stunt.
Louis was a sign painter and Bula was a psychologist.
Esther's brother, Stanton (September 4, 1912 – March 3, 1929) was discovered by actress Marjorie Rambeau, which led to the family (including sisters Maurine and June and brother David) moving to the Los Angeles area to be near the studios.
Williams caught the attention of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer scouts at the Aquacade.
After appearing in several small roles, alongside Mickey Rooney in an Andy Hardy film, and future five-time co-star Van Johnson in A Guy Named Joe, Williams made a series of films in the 1940s and early 1950s known as "aquamusicals," which featured elaborate performances with synchronised swimming and diving.
Louis Williams purchased a small piece of land in the southwest area of town, and had a small house built there.
Esther was born in the living room, which was also where the family slept, until Louis Williams was able to add bedrooms.
The studio was impressed, and when Lana Turner eloped with Artie Shaw, Williams screen tested with the leading man Clark Gable, for the film Somewhere I'll Find You. Coed, starred Red Skelton as a man who enrolls in a women's college to win back his swimming instructor fiancée, played by Williams. The studio changed the title of the film to showcase Williams.