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Dancing Dolls of Burlesque (1946)

| Short | 1946 (USA)
This burlesque short is broken up into four striptease routines. The first features Sunny Ray in "A Ray of Sunshine" followed by Jill La Ray in "The Torrid Temptress", Patty Long in "The ... See full summary »
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Sunny Ray ...
Stripper (segment "A Ray of Sunshine")
Jill La Ray ...
Stripper (segment "The Torrid Temptress")
Patty Long ...
Stripper (segment "The Pacific Pin-up Girl")
Jean King ...
Stripper (segment "The Blonde Venus")
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This burlesque short is broken up into four striptease routines. The first features Sunny Ray in "A Ray of Sunshine" followed by Jill La Ray in "The Torrid Temptress", Patty Long in "The Pacific Pin-up Girl" and concluding with Jean King in "The Blonde Venus". Written by Rellik

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Dancing Dolls of Burlesque was an interesting revue of various strippers
20 October 2015 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This was another burlesque short I found on a DVD full of them as well as a couple of features showcasing many dancers either about to strip half-naked or pretty much there with what was considered provocative moves at the time of filming. All the dance numbers seemed a bit short to me though they seemed pretty entertaining for the brief time they had. None of them were what I consider arousing but I'm sure many a red-blooded male at the time might have their blood boil just looking at all the fine-looking women on display here. Like I said, they're half-naked so no nudity here. But this definitely wasn't something you'd show at a family theatre, either. So on that note, Dancing Dolls for Burlesque is worth a look for anyone interested in that sort of thing.


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