This record of a typical burlesque show of the 1950s begins with Leon De Voe singing "Kiss Me, Baby," supported by four dancers. He is followed by striptease dancer Joy Ryder and a comedy routine. Pat Flannery then sings "I Just Wanna Be Bad" and strips. Striptease dances performed by Gina, Debby Ray and star attraction Taffy O'Neil are interspersed with more comedy sketches. In the first sketch, Harry Arnie tries to pick up Herbie Gillis' girl friend, "talking woman" Midnight. In the next sketch, De Voe meets Arnie on a Paris street and coaches him in how to talk with French girls. The third sketch finds Gillis as a sailor, back from six months at sea and very anxious to see his girl friend, being prevented from crossing the street to her apartment by patrolman De Voe and holdup man Eddie Ware. The final sketch, which takes place in a divorce court, features Midnight and Gillis as opposing attorneys, De Voe as the judge and Arnie and Ware as witnesses.
Leon De Voe
The main title card includes a "Copyright MCMLVII by Billiken Pictures" statement, but the film was not registered for copyright protection. Despite the order of the cast credits, Taffy O'Neil, mistakenly billed onscreen as Taffy O'Niel, was the star attraction. In two of the sketches comedian Harry Arnie appears as his alter ego, "Snuffy Smith." The film May also have been distributed as Cute and Curvy, according to NYSA records.