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1. A Fig Leaf for Eve (1944)
Exotic-dancer Eve Lorraine('Jan Wiley')), with aspirations of being a screen actress, isn't happy with the direction her career has taken, what with performing at a club where the opening and closing act is Selika Pettiford (qv##nm0678654##) playing the organ. She's being ragging her boy friend slash publicity agent, Dan McGrath (qv##nm0912991##)) to get her some attention, so while she is dancing around a smoke pot, dandy Dan puts in a call to police sergeant Tomlin (qv##nm0750660##) to send them over to the club because Eve is performing a dance that will corrupt the town's morals for decades to come. So the obliging Tomlin drops by and arrests her. Bail bondsman Gus Hoffman(qv##nm0242554##) bails Eve out of the clink, and gets the idea she could be passed off as a candidate for a 'missing since childhood' heiress, and he and lawyer Campbell (qv##nm0900850##) hustles Eve over to meet the Sardham family, who may or may not be all that enthused about finding the missing relative.
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