Bette Midler as a modernized Mae West who takes full advantage of what more she can get away with saying, gesturing, and gyrating, and doesn't have to trust to insinuation. She exercises a taste in songs not often carried over into her jokes, but she appears to enjoy herself enough to pick up the slack for (and to further aggravate) any agnostics in the audience. The task of immortalizing this Pasadena concert was turned over to a couple of big Hollywood wheels, director Michael Ritchie and photographer William Fraker, who can't seem to let well enough alone, but can't make anything better of it for all their fussing. (1980) — Duncan Shepherd
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