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La Bare (2014)

An insider's look at the history, lives and culture of the most popular male strip club in the world, La Bare Dallas.


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Credited cast:
Dorman Dye ...
Dancer - Himself
Himself - Interviewer
Randy Ricks ...
Dawn Rochelle ...
Party Girl
Nick Soto ...
Himself - Dancer
Lance Winters ...
Himself - Dancer


Joe Manganiello (Magic Mike) steps behind the camera for LA BARE, a documentary film that goes behind the curtain, behind the stage and behind the magic of the world's most popular male strip club - La Bare Dallas. Featuring a unique ensemble of the club's most popular dancers, LA BARE takes a provocative look into their rock 'n' roll lifestyle and offers a front row seat to their lives, loves, laughs and losses. Written by Main Street Films

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The True Stories Behind The Magic



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for sexual content and language throughout, and brief graphic nudity | See all certifications »


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9 December 2017 (Japan)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


Cesar Collazo a.k.a. Cesar LaBare is a former Army Ranger with multiple deployments, a former Boy Scout ( Troop 529 Hialeah, FL ) and is from Miami-Dade County, FL See more »

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An interesting look into a mysterious fantasy world
29 November 2014 | by See all my reviews

This film is a rare insight into the famous male strip club and the super fit make strippers for ladies in Texas.

Most people would not have a chance to have a glimpse into such a step club, and "La Bare" offers that glimpse into a world of unknown. The male strippers, called dancers, all have unbelievably fit bodies, and well maintained looks as well. They perform incredible acrobatics, circus acts and bodily movements that would wow the ladies and make guys jealous. The dancers are keen to dispel the stereotype that they are into drugs and alcohol. However, they make no secret of their super masculinity. The inclusion of the untimely demise of a dancer distracts from the main substance of the documentary, by its a necessary distraction as it's an integral part of the club's history.

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