I love Jayneee....
This movie pioneered the way rock and roll films reached the masses. Little Richards, the girl can't help it theme itill sounds amazing. As it plays we see Jayne strutting her stuff, as only she could do. I believe Divine based his character on this scene in John Waters "Pink Flamingos". John Waters certainly had this scene in mind as he followed Divine down the street in his car with camera, as Divine left passers by agog with his Jayne Mansfield swagger.
"Ask my agent" is a fantastic line for Jayne, as she plays straight into the hands of her adoring, mostly male, fans. Although most of her fans were gay males, she proves to be a legendary role model for grrrrls with any ounce of style. However, Jayne is still the ultimate pin-up girl for boys and girls of all persuasions.
Stylistically, the movie is what one would expect from a movie with such an amazing cast. Julie London's "Cry me a River" is sung by herself in the role of a glamorous ghost of a past lover, haunting the dreams of a drunken lonely heart. Also, Jaynes outfits are amazingly cartoon.
Watch and be inspired..