What is your favourite Trans or c/d movie of all time?

What is your favourite Trans or Crossdressing movie of all time?

We all watch films right? do you like any of the films on the list or do you have a favourite c/d or Trans film not mentioned? Come on girls! lets have some fun!

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  • Mrs Doubtfire
  • Nuns on the run
  • Just like a woman
  • All the Queens men
  • Big Momma's house
  • A little bit of lippy
  • Tootsie
  • Boys don't cry
  • Ma vie en Rose
  • Other (please specify below, dont be shy!)

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    fiona moss
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    Ok Girls, lets try something different 🙂 . Do you have a film which inspires you or gives you the impetus to carry on being you, do you have a film that has given you inner strength whether you are Transgender or a Crossdresser? I’ll list a few underneath, if you can think of a film yourself, please share it with us!!!

    Fiona xxx

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     Annie Sometimes 
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    Rocky Horror Picture Show and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives for honorable mention.

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     Leigh Sara 
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    The Birdcage for sure

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     Robyn Drake 
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    Breakfast on Pluto. Not well known in the U.S. but it should be. Irish film by same writer/director as The Crying Game.

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     Lynda Jones 
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    I love Kinky Boots, the movie and the play also Rocky Horror show, the play is a blast.

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     Laura Lovett 
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    The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams.

    Now a musical being performed by the RSC, music by Robbie Williams, but don’t take that as a recommendation ;0)

    The film is wonderful though. Real tear-jerker for any CD.

    Love Laura

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     Kimmie 
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    Huckleberry Finn for the scene in which Tom Sawyer disguises himself by dressing as a girl. He is found out when a women drops something in his lap. He instinctively closes his legs to trap the object and she explains that a “real” girl would spread her legs and allow the fabric of her dress to catch the object. This is my choice because I started dressing as a young boy and could see myself using the disguise gambit as an “excuse” for dressing as a girl.

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     Tanya Dale 
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    Some Like It Hot!

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     Faye Dunn 
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    Tangerine

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     Christinajane 
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    I was sick home from school about 16yo and “The Christina Joregensen Story” movie played. I was totally enthralled by the movie – I so wanted to wear a dress and look pretty – at the end I looked at my mum and she looked at me and no words were said but we both shared that wonderful moment 💋

    it’s funny how we forget and remember stuff

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       Rene 
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      I’ve seen it mentioned a couple of times but I really enjoyed “The New Girlfriend” also when i was a kid I was very intrigued and secretly jealous of “Ainsly Jarvis” the, butler by day-crossdressing entertainer by night, character in one of the 70’s Pink Panther Movies

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     Stacey L Leigh 
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    Its got to be Some Like it Hot, combination of brilliant actor and script….. Closely followed by the Birdcage

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       STACEY HILDER 
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      yes I totally agree

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     Gail 
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    “The New Girlfriend”, a French movie with English subtitles, VERY GOOD and is not dirty or mocking.

    Girly Gail

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       Gail 
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      Another wonderful movie is “Just Charlie”. About a boy  who after the  objections of his father, worrisome feeling from his mother, has his sister help him become the Girl he feels he was meant to be.

      Girly Gail

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     Imogen Mann 
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    The rocky horror is one, but TransAmerica (2005) is better.

    Are we allowed to add links to IMDb ?

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt00407265/

     

     

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     Boots Deville 
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    I know anime is not for everyone, but there is a cartoon series from Japan called Me, my, I, Strawberry Eggs.  It shows a group of teens struggling through early adulthood and a young teacher that cross dresses to get a job at a school that only allows women teachers.  Turns out he’s struggling more than the students to understand gender and his feelings.  I don’t know why, but the series gets to me….  but I also remember the yummy outfits in Rocky Horror Picture Show when I was younger!

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       Amelia walker 
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      I love anime so had a quick peek at I me my etc. Love those Japanese schoolgirl uniforms.

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     Gennipher Geepers 
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    What about “Prissilla, Queen of the Dessert” 

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     Wanda Full 
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    Some Like It Hot, 1959, Tony Curtis, Jack lemmon and Marilyn Monroe

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     Tabitha B. 
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    “A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story” is not available for viewing on Netflix, Amazon Prime, or Hulu. However, it is available and free for viewing on YouTube. I just finished watching the movie a few minutes ago. Very sad and very tragic.

    “Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde” is apparently not available for viewing in the United States due to a copyright issue. A small number of video cassettes and/or DVD’s may be available for purchase, but only at inflated prices.

     

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       Camryn Occasionnel 
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      Thanks for the tip, Tabitha. I was able to find the full movie (“A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story”) on youtube. I added it to my CD movies folder, and hope to find the time to watch it some time soon.

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    I didn’t see this one mentioned and it is one of my favorites: Too Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar.

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     Celeste Starre 
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    I checked other. “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” is my favorite. It’s also my favorite musical. Love the music,the story,and the ending was amazing.

    Celeste Starre

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     Mike pleather061 
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    Dress code with Shirley McClaine

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     Baby North 
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    The New Girl Friend blew me away! On Amazon Prime.  Such an accurate portrayal.  Very empowering..

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    I loved the “The Danish Girl” and “Soldier’s Girl”

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     Stephanie York 
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    Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde. It was made in 1971. I doubt that most of you have not seen it.

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       Amelia walker 
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      Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde. I loved that film Stephanie. A classic transexual fantasy. The Danish Girl was enjoyable (although the real story was more interesting apparently). That scene where she was trying on outfits at the costumiers, wonderful.

      I haven’t seen the Rocky Horror Show all the way through although I do remember a young man walking down the main road in my home town going to see the show live at the theater all dressed up with a beautiful girl on either arm dressed the same. I was sooo jealous, (still am).

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       fiona moss 
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      Hi Stephanie, i had to reply to this one, as i have got it in my dvd collection!! wasnt it hammer house of horror? great movie, dont know why i didnt think of it!…..

      Fiona xxx

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         Stephanie York 
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        Great topic Fiona. I just did a google search of the movie and found my favorite “Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde” on DVD. I have not seen it in years. Now I am going to purchase it.

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     Tina Kendrick 
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    Hi

    I just love “Hedwig and the angry inch”, “Rocky Horror Picture Show”, “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” and “Kinky Boots”.

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     *skippy1965(Cynthia) 
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    Cap’n Di turned me on to “Stardust” -which has Robert DeNiro as a crossrdessing pirate!
    Cyn

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       Jasmine Fletcher 
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      Oh yes! I’d forgotten that movie. There is also the moment that Bernard is transformed into a barmaid. Now there’s a spell that would be useful.

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     Lacy Thomas 
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    Always loved the movie ” Switch ” . It was made in 1991 and starred Ellen Barkin, Jimmy Smits, JoBeth Williams, and Lorraine Bracco . A man is sent back to Earth , as a woman to try and find anyone that could say he was a good person …. He has to learn how to walk , the mannerisms of a woman , and more . It brings to light , that there is more to being a woman , than just being smokin’ hot .

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    A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story. I’ve seen this movie 2-3 times already, lol. Very emotional and a must see in my opinion.

    Boy Meets Girl: I just recently watched this on Hulu. A really good movie.

    These are my two, I hope you enjoy…….xoxo

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     Tabitha B. 
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    My favorites are: The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert; The Crying Game; and any John Waters movie starring Divine, (which I guess is all of them)!

    But, who could ever forget the remarkable director Ed Wood, and his masterpiece: Glen or Glenda? Glen or Glenda is unintentionally funny due to some directorial errors, and who can ever forget Bela Lugosi saying: “That c***suc** Boris Karloff!”, or Ed’s real life poor wife forever searching for her missing sweater, (which Ed often wore like a security blanket)! Ed Wood had a heart of gold, attempted to humanize crossdressers to a then hostile world, and was largely a man ahead of his time. RIP Ed.

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     Charlotte Bristol 
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    For me it’s got to be The Rocky Horror Picture Show.  I can’t believe it’s not on the list.

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     Ambermaria Martinez 
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    First movie I ever watched with my MOTHER was story anout rene Richard’s the tennis player. Do any of you girls remember her

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     Amy Myers 
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    I saw Victor Victoria at the theatre and enjoyed it lots, and have seen twice since then.

    Amy

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     Tessa Love 
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    Watched slot of on the list and some of the ones the members mentioned..but, yes ubagree a good all time fav is The Rocky Horror Picture Show..all time classic..but do luv tootsie, crying game..Good experience story their but not for this thread😁😉”..mrs doubtfire, the Danish girl, which I loved I really enjoyed that movie way more than I thought I would. Xoxo

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       Sofi 
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      @tessa Love,

      The crying game…. Good Call 🙂

      I’d forgotten that beautiful film, ahhhh thanks for stirring memories 🙂

      –SoFi

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     Smartina Fonteyn 
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    I think this is a good question to see what all the films are Fiona. My fav has to be Some Like it Hot, Golden Age Hollywood at the same time x

     

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     Sofi 
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    What about Kinky Boots? That’s a great film – funny and serious, and based on a true story 🙂

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     fiona moss 
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    Hi Girls, just to clear things up, i know ive missed loads out!!! the list is by no means complete and anyway, it would not be fun if i did list most! I’m glad you are enjoying the poll, many thanks for all the replies, so far! please keep them rolling in! love to all xx 🙂

    Fiona xxx

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     Camryn Occasionnel 
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    I’ll have to go with “Boy Meets Girl” as my all-time favorite.

    Of those on your list I enjoyed “Just Like a Woman” and “Ma Vie en Rose.” I’m not a fan of “Mrs. Doubtfire” nor “Tootsie,” although I have seen both.

    I’ve heard of “All the Queen’s Men,” and I’m putting it on my DVD rental queue. “A Little Bit of Lippy” sounds like it might be fun, so I’ll queue that one up as well.

    As to movies not on your list, I saw mentioned “The Danish Girl” which I would highly recommend, and “Breakfast on Pluto” is certainly worth watching.

    Some not mentioned (yet) by anyone: “Soldier’s Girl” (great movie but with a real downer of an ending); “Une Novelle Amie”; “Different for Girls”; “The Crying Game” (too depressing to be a favorite of mine); “Transamerica” (even though the main character, a pre-op TS is played by a GG)

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       Cahira 
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      Camryn,

      I loved that movie!  I know I’ll watch it again someday.  Have you seen; A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story? Very powerful movie!!  Highly recommend, hehe

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         Camryn Occasionnel 
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        Hi Cahira
        Well, it looks like “A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story” might be hard to find. It’s not on NETFLIX (which is my main rental place). Looks like if I were an Amazon “Prime” member I might be able to stream it. Trailers on youtube seem like a CD movie I’d want to see.

        I’ll keep it in mind if an opportunity comes up. Thanks for the recommendation!

        Camryn

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    There are so many good ones that are not on the list.  Obviously Rocky Horror, one of my all-time favorite films, which I watch more often than just Halloween.  I remember going to the theatre to watch it in the late 1970s and having the appropriate props (toast, newspaper, water gun, cards, etc).  And Some Like it Hot is still one of my favorites as well. That one takes me back  (and maybe gives away my age).  Also on my list are:  To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar; The Crying Game; Transamerica; Laurance Anyways; and Soldier’s Girl. Thanks for the great question Fiona.

    Hugs, Krista

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    Not seen many of those listed – those I have seen are ‘comedic’ to say the least! But from the comments I ought to watch The Danish Girl and, since my Wife absolutely loves Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders anyone?), I’ll definitely be seeing Breakfast On Pluto…

    I’ve had a hard time enjoying The Rocky Horror Show in the past (repression, self-hatred y’all know where I’m coming from :-), but now I am ‘out’ it’s a fantastic rule-busting film, especially since it’s soooo old, jeez – back in the 70’s the closet’s were lead-lined and nailed shut!

    Good on Richard O’Brien for busting all the rules ‘back in the day’

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     Nikki SiDee 
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    The 1975 cult classic, The Rocky Horror Picture Show……watch it every year at Halloween!

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       Carolyn Kay 
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      I forgot about the Rocky Horror Picture Show, I also watch it every Halloween.

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         Nikki SiDee 
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        lol it’s had to believe, the film has been around for 44 years, and I still enjoy watching it!

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     Nikki Bailey 
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    Breakfast on Pluto is a really amazing movie with Cillian Murpht as a trans girl

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     Lisa watson 
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    Bird cage for me, I really need to get out more too 🙂

    Lisa

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     Robert Downing Sr 
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    The greatest story ever told/the king of kings compared to what Jesus went through being a cross dresser is minor in comparison

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     Mona 
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    Great topic, Fiona.

    It’s definitely “The Danish Girl” for me. With a few notable exceptions (e.g., Boys Don’t Cry), most of the films on your list employ cross dressing for comedic effect.  Nothing wrong with that – they’re all great movies.  The Danish Girl is an intense, highly-personal examination of one individual’s transgender journey in all its triumph and tragedy.  I think there’s plenty in this film that would, in whole or in part, resonate with almost everyone here at CDH, regardless of where one falls on the gender spectrum.

    Also on my list is Dallas Buyers Club for its portrayal of Rayon (Jared Leto), a transgender woman  living with AIDS who becomes Ron Woodroof’s (played by Matthew McConaughey) business partner in the Dallas Buyers Club.  (Editorial note: this was back when it was still possible for me to consider McConaughey a serious actor, before he started doing those stupid car commercials!).

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     Jackie 
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    Women Of Revolt with Candy Darling

    Jackie,,,, *Wild Child*

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       Khloe West 
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      And who don’t love Candy and the rest of the Warhol/Factory crew?

      Can’t tell you how honored I was to become FB pals (on me boy? side there) with Holly Woodlawn before her passing.

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     Dame Veronica Graunwolf 
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    The Bird Cage     Starring Nathan Lane, Robin Williams and Gene Hackman

    Veronica

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    Boy Meets Girl

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    Initial release: June 28, 2014
    Director: Eric Schaeffer
    Music composed by: Matthew Puckett
    Screenplay: Eric Schaeffer
    Distributed by: Wolfe Video
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       Michelle Liefde 
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      I really enjoyed Boy Meets Girl.

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     Jasmine Fletcher 
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    Hmm, I’ve only seen one on your list (Tootsie). I must get out more…

    When I was young I was fascinated by two movies: the well known “Some Like it Hot” (cue Fiona groaning that she hadn’t put it on the list) and Danny La Rue in “Our Miss Fred”. Every time they appeared on the TV I watched them. I wonder if my parents noticed?

    I watched for the first time a couple of movies last year, both of which I’d recommend for perhaps differing reasons: “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” and “The Danish Girl”.

    I do remember seeing Divine in “Polyester” at the cinema with “Odorama” (scratch and sniff cards.) That was fun!

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       Carolyn Kay 
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      Hi Jasmine,

      Like you, I don’t know most of the movies listed. The Danish Girl is a timeless drama that is easy to relate to. I find almost any movie with a CD or TS theme usually will hold my interest.

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     Carolyn Kay 
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    The Danish Girl

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