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Mae West; Come Up and See Me Sometime

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Published on May 27, 2010

A tribute to actress Mae West (1893 - 1980).

Beginning her career on the New York Stage and Vaudeville, she would later become one of the raciest and sexually charged women to have ever graced the silver screen. When she delivered the line "come up and see me sometime" in 1933's "I'm No Angel" audiences, men especially, went wild.

Music: "Sock Him in the Jaw" by Paul Englishby
from the *"Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day" motion picture soundtrack
*Mae is referenced in the movie by the way.

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