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1968: Revival and sequel: HELEN HANFT and STEVE DAVIS in TOM EYEN’s Why Hanna’s Skirt Won’t Stay Down; CONNIE CLARK, STEVE, and HELEN in Who Killed My Bald Sister Sophie? Photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE. At this point after Joe Cino’s death, the Cino was so besieged by licensing officials and police, Helen and Steve would sometimes have to hop off the stage and sit, in costume, with customers while a cop looked the place over, then when he left, hop back onto the stage and resume the show.

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1968: Revival and sequel: HELEN HANFT and STEVE DAVIS in TOM EYEN’s Why Hanna’s Skirt Won’t Stay Down; CONNIE CLARK, STEVE, and HELEN in Who Killed My Bald Sister Sophie? Photo by JAMES D. GOSSAGE. At this point after Joe Cino’s death, the Cino was so besieged by licensing officials and police, Helen and Steve would sometimes have to hop off the stage and sit, in costume, with customers while a cop looked the place over, then when he left, hop back onto the stage and resume the show.

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