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The Outrageous Sophie Tucker ()


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A documentary focusing on the tumultuous early days of this iconic vaudeville superstar who ruled the 1920's Flapper Era in the United States.

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William Gazecki

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Lloyd Ecker ... producer
Susan Ecker ... producer
Phil Ramone ... executive producer
Gene Schwam ... executive producer

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William Gazecki

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Ari Ecker ... assistant editor

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Phil Gries ... Archival Television Audio

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A documentary focusing on the tumultuous early days of this iconic vaudeville superstar who ruled the 1920's Flapper Era in the U.S. Before Mae West, Marilyn Monroe, Bette Midler, Madonna and Lady Gaga, Tucker was the first woman to infatuate her audiences with a bold, bawdy and brassy style unlike any other previous performer. Using all of "The Last of the Red Hot Mamas" 400+ recently rediscovered personal scrapbooks, authors Susan and Lloyd Ecker take you on their seven year journey retracing Tucker's 60 year show business career. Written by William Gazecki

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  • 96 min
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Budget $500,000 (estimated)

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Trivia Bette Midler adored Sophie Tucker and named her daughter Sophie von Haselberg after the legendary performer. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937). See more »

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