Strip-Tease

(1963)
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Overview

Strip-tease has a pleasing Paris setting and a convincing strip club atmosphere, where a roster of exotic dancers do their thing. Making the club atmosphere work is the animated Dany Saval, as a charming gossip and outspoken cheerleader for the art of the strip-tease. Berthe encourages Ariane to loosen up and enjoy what she's doing.

  1. Jacques Poitrenaud

    Director, Writer

  2. Alain Moury

    Writer

  3. Jacques Sigurd

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nico

    Nico

    Ariane, la danseuse Allemande

  2. Dany Saval

    Dany Saval

    Dodo Voluptuous / Berthe

  3. Jean Sobieski

    Jean Sobieski

    Jean-Loup

  4. Darry Cowl

    Darry Cowl

    Paul, le directeur du Crazy-Horse

  5. Jean Tissier

    Jean Tissier

    Déodat, The Painter

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Strip-Tease
Strip-Tease

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Status Released

Release Information

  • May 29, 1963
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 35m

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