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Lady of Burlesque
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Although shot under the motion picture code of the era, the setting in a burlesque house has a pervasive sexual atmosphere and the dancers are seen in somewhat provocative outfits. Several backstage scenes in a dressing room are shown, though there is no dressing, or undressing, shown.

Numerous double entendres and winking references to sex.

Plenty of smoking and drinking.

A woman takes a bottle of gin being used to treat a cut (because it is alcohol), and and takes a long swig from it.


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