carol doda TOPLESS at the cONDOR

Against the backdrop of the 1964 Republican Convention, a San Francisco cocktail waitress became one of the city’s most popular entertainers after making her debut as America’s first topless dancer. The new documentary feature Carol Doda Topless at the Condor tells the story of the fresh-faced girl next door who defied convention and the law by gyrating atop a white baby grand piano and turning a North Beach nightclub into the city’s second-most-popular tourist attraction after the Golden Gate Bridge. Meanwhile, Doda’s very public use of silicone to enhance her breasts launched a new industry. Directors Marlo McKenzie and Jonathan Parker share an unprecedented look at Doda’s life and legacy, as well as a behind-the-scenes tour of the vibrant, sometimes outrageous and always entertaining world of North Beach.

= FILM FACTS =

Running Time 100 min

Genre Documentary

MPAA Rating Rated R

Directed by
Jonathan Parker
Marlo McKenzie

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Adult $14.50
Senior (62+) $13.25
Child (11 and under) $12.75
Student (except after 6pm Fri/Sat) $13.50

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