Exotic-dancer Eve Lorraine('Jan Wiley')), with aspirations of being a screen actress, isn't happy with the direction her career has taken, what with performing at a club where the opening and closing act is Selika Pettiford (Selika Pettiford) playing the organ. She's being ragging her boy friend slash publicity agent, Dan McGrath (Phil Warren)) to get her some attention, so while she is dancing around a smoke pot, dandy Dan puts in a call to police sergeant Tomlin (Dick Rush) to send them over to the club because Eve is performing a dance that will corrupt the town's morals for decades to come. So the obliging Tomlin drops by and arrests her. Bail bondsman Gus Hoffman(Eddie Dunn) bails Eve out of the clink, and gets the idea she could be passed off as a candidate for a 'missing since childhood' heiress, and he and lawyer Campbell (Emmett Vogan) hustles Eve over to meet the Sardham family, who may or may not be all that enthused about finding the missing relative.
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She's TANTALIZING and TERRIFIC! A Sizzling Keyhole Peek at the Escapades of a Night Club Girl! (original poster)
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Re-titled 'Desirable Lady,' this film received its earliest documented telecasts in New York City Wednesday 18 May 1949 on WPIX (Channel 11), and in Cincinnati Wednesday 23 November 1949 on WKRC (Channel 11). See more
[policeman arresting Eve in nightclub for a risqué Salome's dance
Just a minute, lady, you are under arrest! Get your clothes on and come on.
It's perfectly respectable! It's in the Bible!
Could be, but we go by the city ordinance - it's a later publication.
Released with two versions. One version, for the more permissive distributors, included a more risque dance number than the other, tamer, version released. See more