Mr. Wall passed away on November 15, 2010. Ironically, just two days earlier--on November 13, 2010--Wall's oral history was featured at The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza for the first time as part of a Collections Spotlight exhibit on Jack Ruby. This display, which included artifacts, photographs and oral histories related to Jack Ruby, ran through August 7, 2011. - Stephen Fagin, Curator
Breck Wall appears as a club emcee in the 1964 adult feature film Naughty Dallas.
Soon after the assassination, Diamond International Pictures acquired the rights to a 1959 feature titled A Stripper Is Born, a burlesque take-off on the classic A Star Is Born feature. Producers hired director Larry Buchanan to film new scenes with several of Jack Ruby's former attractions, including exotic dancer Jada and ventriloquist Bill DeMar. The performers recreated their stage routines, which were filmed at the Club Montmarte in downtown Dallas just around the corner from Ruby's Carousel Club. The new sequences, edited into A Stripper Is Born and reissued as Naughty Dallas, offer a fairly accurate look at the types of shows in strip clubs like Ruby's. Naughty Dallas, which was filmed in color, only shows an exterior view of the Carousel since Ruby's club closed in early 1964. - Gary Mack, Curator