True Burlesque SECRETS OF THE STRIP TEASE QUEENS Ripped from the pages of history and scanned for your pleasure
True Burlesque SECRETS OF THE STRIP TEASE QUEENS Ripped from the pages of history and scanned for your pleasure! Shocking expose! Not for children!
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True Burlesque sigh...well, I guess we kinda suspected it. More TRUE tales on the way after the holidays! We are just vamping. Make sure to check out TIMES SQUARE SMUT
available in paperback AND affordable instant download at Blurb.com. 250 pages, full color.
True Burlesque wishes come true for this dancer, who wanted to remain a mystery. Guess what? 60 years later, she IS. Still a mystery is the masked, busty dancer who knocked them dead on the circuit circa 1950 and 1951. Jean, or Jeann in a few places danced with a mask, but didn't hide most of her charms. The Mystery Woman is revealed below, but still she is unknown. Marilyn Monroe wanted to use it as her stage name (Yep...she could have been Jean Adair...) but didn't.
True Burlesque in which "Pardon my Blooper" inventor Kermit Schafer produces a horrible audio recording of an actual burlesque show. I guess for those who don't go out. He did have the taste to place Tempest Storm on the cover. Turn it up and use your imagination!
Ten inch Burlesque Show record. Books and Ebooks available HERE
True Burlesque Leonard Burtman is forced to sell Striparama to Acme and the magazine (and the art of burlesque) declines.