Released by Harold F. Jenkins, whose HFJ Productions aka “World in Color Productions” was a going concern in the mid-1940s, “Glamorous Exciting Stars” is a short, silent girlie film that titillates and teases but shows nothing too shocking. While other film companies produced stag type films, Jenkins’ company released tamer fare such as this piece of celluloid which starts with a burlesque dance complete with pasties, and then goes on to show a starlet playing tennis, and a woman dressed in lingerie taking off her shoe (but nothing else). Such were the seductive impulses of this innocent era!
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