Linda joins a burlesque troupe to get information for a book she's writing without her husband knowledge. She meets her husband's boss not knowing who he is. The boss takes a client and her husband to the show and finds her wife starring.
Producer Sidney W. Pink took a 1947 PRC film, Linda, Be Good (1947), shot some new footage in 3-D with some chorus girls, then released it as a "new" 3-D movie called "I Was a Burlesque Queen".
This is a re-edited version of "Linda Be Good" (1947), with new sequences filmed in dual-strip 3-D and printed in single-strip/anaglyph format.
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