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Belle Of The Nineties
  • Description

    In one of her most lavish musical productions, Mae West plays a popular burlesque performer in swinging St. Louis. Tiger Kid (Roger Pryor) is an up-and-coming boxer who's concentrating on the wrong kind of "knockout" - the electrifying Ruby Carter (Mae West). When Tiger's manager tricks Ruby into leaving town, she travels to New Orleans to headline with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at Ace Lamont's Sensation House. But Ace has eyes for Ruby's plentiful diamonds and plots a robbery. As always, Mae outsmarts her adversaries and proves she has no intention of losing her jewels, or her man., In one of her most lavish musical productions, Mae West plays a popular burlesque performer in swinging St. Louis. Tiger Kid (Roger Pryor) is an up-and-coming boxer who's concentrating on the wrong kind of "knockout" - the electrifying Ruby Carter (Mae West). When Tiger's manager tricks Ruby into leaving town, she travels to New Orleans to headline with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at Ace Lamont's Sensation House. But Ace has eyes for Ruby's plentiful diamonds and plots a robbery. As always, Mae outsmarts her adversaries and proves she has no intention of losing her jewels, or her man.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Katherine Demille, Mae West, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Roger Pryor, John Mack Brown, John Miljan
    Director:
    Leo McCarey
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the deaf and hard of hearing

Belle Of The Nineties

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  • Description

    In one of her most lavish musical productions, Mae West plays a popular burlesque performer in swinging St. Louis. Tiger Kid (Roger Pryor) is an up-and-coming boxer who's concentrating on the wrong kind of "knockout" - the electrifying Ruby Carter (Mae West). When Tiger's manager tricks Ruby into leaving town, she travels to New Orleans to headline with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at Ace Lamont's Sensation House. But Ace has eyes for Ruby's plentiful diamonds and plots a robbery. As always, Mae outsmarts her adversaries and proves she has no intention of losing her jewels, or her man., In one of her most lavish musical productions, Mae West plays a popular burlesque performer in swinging St. Louis. Tiger Kid (Roger Pryor) is an up-and-coming boxer who's concentrating on the wrong kind of "knockout" - the electrifying Ruby Carter (Mae West). When Tiger's manager tricks Ruby into leaving town, she travels to New Orleans to headline with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra at Ace Lamont's Sensation House. But Ace has eyes for Ruby's plentiful diamonds and plots a robbery. As always, Mae outsmarts her adversaries and proves she has no intention of losing her jewels, or her man.

    Special Features:

    • None Listed.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Actor:
    Katherine Demille, Mae West, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Roger Pryor, John Mack Brown, John Miljan
    Director:
    Leo McCarey
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    Aspect Ratio 1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English for the deaf and hard of hearing
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