Mansfield’s first film part was a supporting role in Female Jungle, a low-budget drama completed in ten days. Her part was filmed over a span of a few days, and she was paid $150. It was released unofficially in early 1955. In February 1955, James Byron, her manager and publicist, negotiated a seven-year contract with Warner Brothers, who were intrigued by her publicity antics.
Jayne Mansfield turned down the role of Ginger Grant on Gilligan’s Island (1964), which went to Tina Louise.
I guess a lot of people think that a girl who shows her bosom and wears tight dresses can’t be close to God. God has always been close to me. Only He knew what was in my heart.
Still from the movie “The Girl Can’t Help it (1956)”