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Janet Leigh
Bye Bye Birdie (1963)
Rosie DeLeon goes to the hottest nightspot in Sweetapple, Ohio, Maude's Madcap Cafe, where she spots several men wearing red fezzes going into a back room.
Rosie : "Say, what's with the red caps? You got a train inside?"
Bartender : "Hey, where you going?"
Rosie : "I'm going to go down and see what the boys in the backroom will have."
Rosie walks downstairs and overhears the reading of a report:
Chairman : "The results of the charity bazaar for the benefit of the old folks home, the net cash receipts, $840 dollars and six cents, Valuable goods contributed....' [01:28:00]
Although wearing red fezzes, there is nothing to identify them as Shriners or freemasons.

Bye Bye Birdie (1963). Directed by George Sidney, written by Michael Stewart, Irving Brecher. Janet Leigh, Dick Van Dyke, Ann-Margret, Maureen Stapleton, Bobby Rydell, Jesse Pearson, Paul Lynde, Mary LaRoche, Michael Evans, Robert Paige, Gregory Morton, Bryan Russell, Milton Frome, Ed Sullivan, Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. 112 min. USA, English / Russian. Technicolor.
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