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  • A love note to '30s-era burlesque that plays best for those already invested enough in the milieu to hang on every word of aged strippers. show more

  • Behind the Burly Q traces that history all the way back to the early part of the 20th century, but doesn't really come into its own until Zemeckis can interview the stars themselves rather than their children. show more

  • You hear some nostalgia, but with most of them you don't get the idea that if they had the chance they'd do it all again. show more

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