Broadway meets the NYPD in this Prohibition-era cocktail of show business, political corruption, chorines, bums and public morals!
It’s 1932, and backers for new Broadway extravaganzas are scarce. Even the city’s millionaires are eating at the Automat. Enter the NYPD, whose chief decides to launder some easily-won bribe and corruption pay-offs into a sure-fire musical miss-fire! Chaos ensues as the Police Department becomes more interested in the chorus girls than in public safety, and the director takes a hike. When the show flops, the desperate cast takes over and adds something truly risqué and innovative. Success – but at a hilarious price!
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