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(1978)

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Alice Cooper recorded the piano ballad "No Time for Tears" for his scene in the film, but it was rejected by Mae West, who stated her character would never cry over the loss of a man. The song was ultimately replaced by the peppy disco number "Next, Next." More than two decades later, the recording of "No Time for Tears" was finally issued in the boxed set "The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper."
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Listed among The 100 Most Amusingly Bad Movies Ever Made in "The Official Razzie® Movie Guide."
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Alice Cooper has claimed on numerous occasions that Mae West sexually propositioned him and each of the film's other leading men.
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Timothy Dalton later described the film as "a sort of carnival ... extremely special to do."
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The final film for Mae West, Walter Pidgeon and George Raft.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger turned down the role of Sir Michael Barrington.
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The press kit was issued with a pink cassette tape, like the one featured in the film, which included the songs from the movie. The soundtrack has never been commercially released.
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Dan says Sir Michael is a spy who is "bigger than 007." Sir Michael was portrayed by Timothy Dalton), who went on to play the role of 007 in The Living Daylights (1987) and Licence to Kill (1989).
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Mae West lip-synced to her 1972 recording of "Happy Birthday Twenty One," which was issued on her album "Great Balls of Fire." This is the only song which appears in the film that has been officially released.
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Ian Whitcomb penned the song "She's Back Again" to be performed when Marlo arrives at the hotel, but it was ultimately replaced with "Hooray for Hollywood."
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In addition to being based on Mae West's 1961 stage play of the same name, the film's script incorporated elements of the song "How Miss West Won World Peace," penned by Ian Whitcomb and performed by West on her 1972 album "Great Balls of Fire." The song was intended to be featured in the film, but it was ultimately replaced with "Baby Face."
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