Here It Is, Burlesque! Trailer

Here It Is, Burlesque! Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979

Stripteasers, baggy-pants comedians, exotic dancers, comedy sketches-- all part of a great tribute to a living art, hosted by Ann Corio, the queen of Burlesque.

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