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Satan in High Heels (1962)

Not Rated | | Drama | 23 March 1962 (USA)
A carnival burlesque dancer robs her junkie ex-husband, goes to New York, gets a job at a high-class club where she becomes the mistress of the wealthy owner. She seduces his son and causes... See full summary »

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Stacey Kane
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Pepe
Mike Keene ...
Arnold Kenyon
Robert Yuro ...
Laurence Kenyon (as Bob Yuro)
Earl Hammond ...
Rudy
Del Tenney ...
Paul
Nolia Chapman ...
Felice
Ben Stone ...
Louie
Paul Scott ...
Vincent
John Nicholas ...
Peter
Walter Bonnett ...
George
Paull Porter
Sabrina ...
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A carnival burlesque dancer robs her junkie ex-husband, goes to New York, gets a job at a high-class club where she becomes the mistress of the wealthy owner. She seduces his son and causes a murder. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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They all went where the heat was hottest!

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Sabrina receives an "introducing" credit even though her movie debut had been 11 years earlier). See more »

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Right before Stacey does her riding crop number, the waiter is carrying a tray with one bottle and a glass; in the next shot, the tray is full of mixed drinks. See more »

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Featured in Extra Weird (2003) See more »

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You Walked out of My Life
Written by Walter Marks Performed by Meg Myles
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Satan in a riding outfit
5 August 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was quite enjoyable really. It starts out a bit slow...and never really gets to full speed...but in the end it's got a pretty decent storyline going. A carny/burlesque girl rips off her carny/sleaze ball husband and sets out to the big city to find wealthier men to take advantage of. She gets a job at Pepe's, an upscale burlesque/variety club and proceeds to mercilessly make her play for the rich older man. And his son. This movie is worth watching if only for the vibe that it gives off. The early sixties smokey club scene is beautifully portrayed. The costumes are over the top and lovely. The riding outfit that the main character wears is priceless, as is the plastic-ish, big collared pant suit she wears in a couple of scenes. Pepe's wardrobe is gorgeously early mod. The ending was a little anti-climactic for me. I was expecting a lot more....like an actual murder. Either of her or of the old man. The way they left it was a bit lame. But still a pretty darn good film and worthy of a viewing.


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