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Hollywood Drag

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80 pages
1994 May 1
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Publisher Lickle Pub Inc (May 1, 1994)
Language English
ISBN-10 1565660560
ISBN-13 978-1565660564
Product Dimensions 7.6 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
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this is a nice little book of drag photos, both men and women, just flip the book over. the cover got me...thats George Sanders in drag on it, and it isn't attractive from the Kremlin Letter. i have several books on this subject...drag film scenes. i don't know why it fascinates me so. the women side isn't as arresting in photos as it was years women were pants and suits and they look great...Marlene Dietrich in a tux is a goddess in Morocco, Julie Andrews in Victor Victoria. one expects comedians to do a drag scene once in a while, but Cary Grant, Boris Karloff, Rod Steiger, William Powell...these are guys that you don't expect to see in their skirts. Bob Hope, Robin Williams, the Marx Brothers, Red Skelton, even Jack Benny with George Burns taking over for Gracie Allen, Jack played it seriously and real in one of my other books, Hope did his drag for laughs in Casanova's Big Night. it is all in the attitude. Karloff was a serious killer granny in the Girl from UNCLE, and Merle Oberon was a serious George Sand in a Song to Remember. so maybe dressing the part is all it takes to make these film stills, but you need the attitude just right to carry it off, for laughs or seriously. for men or women.
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