CANDY BARR: The Small-Town Texas Runaway Who Became a Darling of the Mob and the Queen of Las Vegas Burlesque
Based on over 100 hours of exclusive interviews with Juanita Slusher, aka Candy Barr, this biography tells the incredible story of the burlesque dancer, a stripper who insisted on live, improvisational music and who commanded 2,000 dollars a week in 1950s Las Vegas. She led a tumultuous life which is retold in this raw, unvarnished account. Photos.
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