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It was released at midnight film showings, art house theaters, film festivals, charity non-profit organizations, and was direct-to-video.

Drape enough tall women in elaborate costumes and have them march up and down enough stairs, and you’re going to have your share of slips and falls.

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Showgirls is a 1995 French-American erotic drama film written by Joe Eszterhas and directed by Paul Verhoeven.

Distributor United Artists dispatched several hundred staffers to theaters across North America playing Showgirls to ensure that patrons would not sneak into the theater from other films, and to make sure film-goers were over the age of 17.

Audience restriction due to the NC-17 rating coupled with poor reviews resulted in the film becoming a box office bomb with a take of less than $38 million.

Produced on a then-sizable budget of approximately $45 million, significant controversy and hype surrounding the film's amounts of sex and nudity preceded its theatrical release.

In the United States, the film was rated NC-17 for "nudity and erotic sexuality throughout, some graphic language, and sexual violence." Showgirls was the first (and to date only) NC-17 rated film to be given a wide release in mainstream theaters.

Many of the current dancers weren’t even born when their parents (or grandparents) first saw this retro-classic homage to the splendor of the female form, but that hasn’t stopped them from carrying on the tradition.