The most hilarious of all Liberace's film appearances, and the only role where he does not play the piano.

Liberace plays a casket salesman in this comedy about the funeral business in Hollywood.

"That chrome plated butterball, Liberace, is hilariously on key as a casket salesman, peddling such optional extras as the standard-eternal or perpetual-eternal flames ('the standard only burns during visiting hours".)

-TIME

 

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In the Air Force party scene, women dressed in black lingerie pop out of caskets for the officers enjoyment. As a humorous reference to Liberace's sexual ambiguity he also popped out of one of the caskets.

 

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