Joan Collins and Warren Beatty gaze in wonder as Warren’s sister Shirley MacLaine does an interpretive dance on the stage of the Lido in Paris, wherein Shirley warns of the dangers of sleeping with everyone else on the planet just because you can. Joan at least appears to be showing interest, although she seems rather stunned at what Shirley is doing with her legs. Warren doesn’t even pretend to be enjoying the show, for reasons that are more fully explained in Carly Simon’s 1972 hit song that may or may not be about him. In the background, a young John Waters is inspired to start producing movies about messed-up people doing questionable things….
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