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A very funny musical revue satirizing all things theatrical
Scrambled Feet was an off-Broadway revue that fortunately was captured on film. It pokes fun at all aspects of theatre, including writer's block, auditions, critics, dinner theatre, back stage romances and infighting, improv, and child stars. An especially funny number is "Theatre-Party Ladies", in which Madeline Kahn and the remainder of the cast (three men) impersonate a ladies club attending a matinee.
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