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The 1955 Irving Klaw Sexploitation Film That Follows The Striptease Performances Of A Burlesque Show, Starring Bettie Page, Tempest Storm, Lili St. Cyr (Uncredited), Chris La Chris, Twinnie Wallen, Trudy Wayne, Vicki Lynn, And Cherry Knight, With Stand-Up Comedy Provided By Joe E. Ross And Dave Starr, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Shot In Eastman Color, 1955, 1 Hour 7 Minutes.) #Teaserama #Irving Klaw #SexploitationFilms #Striptease #Burlesque #BettiePage #TempestStorm #LiliStCyr #ChrisLaChris #TwinnieWallen #TrudyWayne #VickiLynn #CherryKnight #JoeERoss #DaveStarr #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
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Teaserama is a 1955 American low-budget sexploitation film directed by Irving Klaw. It follows the performance of a burlesque show. Teaserama is presented as a documentary film, with all actors and actresses playing themselves. It opens with Bettie Page assisting Tempest Storm with her brassiere. Afterwards, when the show begins, Page separates the acts by showing placards with the names of the acts. Stripteases are provided by Storm, Chris La Chris, Twinnie Wallen, Trudy Wayne, Vicki Lynn, and Cherry Knight. Stand-up comedy is provided by Joe E. Ross and Dave Starr. The film was directed by Irving Klaw, who was known for producing bondage photographs for distribution through the mail. Redheaded burlesque dancer Tempest Storm was cast for the leading role. Playboy Playmate of 1955 Bettie Page, whom Klaw had previously directed, was cast as a second-tier dancer. Page, who had previously appeared in Striporama (1953) and Varietease (1954), performed three dance routines, including one alongside star Tempest Storm. Teaserama was the last mainstream film in which Page had a major role. Vicki Lynn, who had also previously appeared in Varietease, appeared in drag in the film. According to film historian Eric Schaefer, Lynn's performance in Teaserama was presented with "the same degree of sensuality and tease as the strips by women" and as "erotic to heterosexual men". He considers the number a form of "gender sabotage" against the prevailing sexual norms of the time. According to a review by Variety, the film was produced almost entirely without props. The majority occurs on inlaid linoleum with yard equipment visible in the background, although some sofas make an appearance. It was shot in Eastman Color. The film features little nudity.