Pinky scores a major coup by getting booked into the Palace Theater. Pat goes backstage to watch her perform, and notices that escape artist Alonzo the Great is putting the moves on one of ... See full summary »

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Pinky scores a major coup by getting booked into the Palace Theater. Pat goes backstage to watch her perform, and notices that escape artist Alonzo the Great is putting the moves on one of the chorus girls. Given the fact that Alonzo's wife is known to be insanely jealous and that she's also backstage someplace, Pat knows that some major trouble could be brewing. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Crime | Drama

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4 February 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Chorus little drama

Not a charmless episode this story taking place in a theatre, and telling the rivalry between two female variety and burlesque stars. Remember ALL ABOUT EVE and HOUDINI THE GREAT MAGICIAN... It could have been a movie scheme, of course. And the twenties atmosphere is terrific here, musical and whatever else. Backstage and onstage suspense and characters play too. Good actors directing, but it is Robert Altman who is in the director's chair, no? I don't know the players but all their performances are more than OK. But do not watch it as a crime flick. Definitely not; by the way this series was about twenties, and that means of course gangsters, as was story of America for this era, BUT NOT ONLY gangsters topics.


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