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Love Me or Leave Me

More Doris Day, more Broadway biopicage, as she takes the lead role for the story of singer and “taxi dancer” (no, us neither) Ruth Etting, with James ‘for the record, I actually said “that dirty, double crossin’ rat,” you silly impressionists!’ Cagney as the seedy gangster who propelled her to stardom.

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  1. Matt Patton

    August 3, 2010 at 7:40 pm

    ‘Taxi Dancer’ was another term for dime-a-dance girls–the phrase came about because you could hire them like, well, a taxi.

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