Dance Hall Racket

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Dance Hall Racket
Directed by Phil Tucker
Produced by George Weiss
Screenplay by Lenny Bruce
Starring Timothy Farrell
Lenny Bruce
Bernie Jones
Music by Charles Ruddy
Cinematography W. Merle Connell
Edited by Adrian Weiss
Release date(s) 1953
Country USA
Language English

Dance Hall Racket is a 1953 American film directed by Phil Tucker starring Lenny Bruce (who also wrote the script) and his wife Honey Harlow.

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The proprietor of a sleazy dance hall finds himself mixed up with gangsters as well as his own girls.

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