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“Kanin's play, whose original production ran for 1,642 performances on Broadway and which was later turned into a hit movie, is a solidly made commercial comedy, a variation on "Pygmalion" in which Harry Brock (Jim Belushi), a thuggish businessman who comes to Washington in order to bribe a few congresssmen, hires an earnest young reporter (Robert Sean Leonard) to give Billie Dawn (Ms. Arianda), his chorus-girl mistress, a much-needed coat of social polish.”
“At the photos edge stood one of those tall, glam chorus-girl types as common to Las Vegas as palm trees and with about the same IQ I tended to notice them as much as I do the trees.”
“The mirror above the dresser flashed back a chorus-girl sparkle.”
“There were chorus-girl guards turning a few kicks -- wearing black-leg, white-leg tights for some unusually visual photo-play for those days.”
“Prince of Wales, and putting on an accent like a temporarily promoted chorus-girl playing the part of a duchess in a musical comedy.”
“Bette Davis, Barbara Stanwyck: we remember their fierceness, their elegantly hunched posture, the way they wore chorus-girl shorts or antebellum gowns.”
“It was an inspiration, the source of which was a chorus-girl who lived in Jiro's boarding-house.”
“I mean, you won't let any twopenny-halfpenny little chorus-girl, or ... or girl out of a shop come in, will you?”
“The brains of a hen, and the soul, probably, of a chorus-girl.”
“McCabe_, her appropriate mate, who first had to fly the country through helping a chorus-girl out of a difficulty and then (more or less) won the War by revolutionising bacteriology or something like that.”
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