If you love this period of Burlesque, you don't want to miss the exceptional documentary, Behind the Burly Q- The Story of Burlesque in America
Sparkling interviews yield surprising, hilarious, gutsy, wise, and plain-spoken commentaries from some of the tough and glorious gals who once took it all off on stages across the U.S.A. Includes Alan Alda -- whose dad was a Vaudeville performer -- sharing his wild backstage memories. Imagine having burlesque queens as babysitters? The interviewees don't always get their facts right but who cares? The filmmakers have created a superb tribute to this era in American sex history.