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In 1937, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the prestigious and powerful movie studio, tricked 120 underage chorus girls into attending a stag party for its visiting salesmen. When dancer Patricia Douglas tried to flee, she was brutally raped. When Douglas sued the studio, MGM launched the biggest cover-up in Hollywood history.