The Stripper

(1963)
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An aging former movie starlet (Joanne Woodward) whose Hollywood career went nowhere, now reduced to dancing with a third-rate touring show, finds herself stranded in a small town where she's courted by an infatuated and naive local teenager (Richard Beymer). Director Franklin J. Schaffner's 1963 drama was adapted from William Inge's play "A Loss Of Roses".

  1. Meade Roberts

    Writer

  2. William Inge

    Writer

  3. Franklin J. Schaffner

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joanne Woodward

    Joanne Woodward

    Lila Green

  2. Richard Beymer

    Richard Beymer

    Kenny Baird

  3. Claire Trevor

    Claire Trevor

    Helen Baird

  4. Carol Lynley

    Carol Lynley

    Miriam Caswell

  5. Gypsy Rose Lee

    Gypsy Rose Lee

    Madame Olga

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Status Released

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  • June 19, 1963
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 35m

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