Dangerous When Wet

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Dangerous When Wet, a film starring Esther Williams about a young woman who enters a contest to be the first to swim the English Channel

Dangerous When Wet (movie) (1953) is a swimming movie and a Technicolor Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film starring Esther Williams, Fernando Lamas, and Jack Carson, directed by Charles Walters, and featuring an animated swimming sequence starring Williams with the famous cat-and-mouse duo, Tom and Jerry.

Dangerous When Wet The Shelley Taylor-Smith Story (book) is an autobiography written by Shelley Taylor-Smith and Ian Cockerill about Shelley Taylor-Smith and her exploits before, during, and after her seven-year reign as the world professional marathon swimming champion. Alan Jones says, "Shelley Taylor-Smith is one of the greatest athletes the world has ever seen and probably one of Australia's most unsung heroes."



Dangerous When Wet (movie) was listed as one of the Great Movies for Open Water Swimmers by the World Open Water Swimming Association and the Daily News of Open Water Swimming.

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