|Cast||Edward Innes John Maloney Jean Carter Valetta Lady Midnight Venus Satalyte Justa Dream Ray Vaughn Dot Hackley Jacqueline Hurley|
|Plot||The film is structured as a vaudeville show, with the sounds of a band and a live audience. In between strip-tease dancers, comics Edward Innes and John Maloney entertain, sometimes with Jean Carter. She also gets to sing risqué songs. Ray Vaughn plays bottles and washboard with pans; Dot Hackley does rope tricks; and, Jacqueline Hurley, in scanty attire, performs contortions.... search for Dreamland Capers on IMDb|
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|It's like dreaming with your eyes open! The guys at the office keep sneaking over to the Dream Follies at the local burlesque theater and peeking in at all the sexy strippers when - Wait! Who's that? Why it's none other than Lenny Bruce, unbilled in his first screen appearance (a year before Dance Hall Racket), doing the kind of burly-q shtick he'd soon abandon as he developed into the most controversial and influential comedian of the 1950s. Aiding and abetting Lenny are his wacky real-life mother Sally Marr (Lenny throws spaghetti in her face); strip star Deenah Prince; Stacy Farrell as a striptease secretary; and director Phil Tucker, forever immortalized as the man who made Robot Monster! Wow. Plus: The Dream Theme continues with Miss Justa Dream, "Burlesque's New and Brightest Star," and her Dreamland Capers. Along for the bump and grind are Valetta ("The Toast of Two Continents"), Venus ("The Body"), and Satalyte (who makes them orbit in front of our eyes). There's also rodeo-queen Dot Hackley, crazy contortionist Jacqueline Hurley, and a guy who makes music from bottles of booze. Yow. If this is a dream, you won't want to wake up!|
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