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From the groundbreaking director of Rock Hudson's Home Movies, Mark Rappaport takes us on a hilarious and provocative romp through the hidden and not-so-hidden gay undercurrents of Hollywood's Golden Years. Dan Butler (Fraiser) acts as tour guide as he uncovers — despite efforts to launder American cinema of even the faintest traces of gay influences — Hollywood's squeamish fascination with gay eroticism and camp. Through the use of ingenious film clips, along with Rappaport's signature witty insights, The Silver Screen: Colour Me Lavender brilliantly uncovers the unmistakable homoerotic flirtations, and the ambiguous behaviour that richly imbued the performances of Danny Kaye, Jerry Lewis, Cary Grant, and other film legends. The Silver Screen: Colour Me Lavender is a rich and funny mediation on American sexual identity, film history and culture that will change the way you look at butch westerns or the campy charades of Bob Hope and Bing Crosby in their buddy road movies forever. Special Features: Rarely seen short film John Garfield Trailer
Coffee Date is a fast-paced comedy filled with sexual shenanigans of a misguided kind. Straightlaced Todd (Jonathan Bray) embarks on a blind date with Kelly, but his mundane world is quickly turned inside out when his female date turns out to be a hunk (Wilson Cruz). Friends and family -- even his mother --not only thinks he's gay, but help thrust him towards a new romantic endeavour! Surrounded by an excellent supporting cast including comic Jonathan Silver-man and Oscar nominated Sally Kirkland, Coffee Date is a refreshing, madcap comedy of errors and the perfect metro sexual date movie.
Water polo team THE SHINY SHRIMPS have little hope of achieving their goal to compete in the world’s biggest LGBTQ+ sporting event, the Gay Games. Their undisciplined behaviour (in and out of the pool) has team captain Jean searching for a new coach to whip the Shrimps into shape. He arrives in the form of World Silver Medallist swimmer Matthias Le Goff who, after making a homophobic remark on live TV, is offered redemption by means of training and reigning in the flamboyant Shrimps. The Shiny Shrimps, however, have other ideas. They prefer partying to serious practice and so, Matthias is forced to reconsider his professional and personal priorities. Should he quit for selfish reasons or hit the road to Croatia with this uncoordinated shoal of water divas and ensure that THE SHINY SHRIMPS become Queens of The Pool?
No one is supposed to know that college basketball star Steve is being physically abused by his father. No one is supposed to know that he's living in a trailer park on the verge of being homeless. No one is supposed to know that this tough guy is gay. Coach James has always kept his private life private. Getting a job as a basketball coach for this university is supposed to be a new beginning. Neither man expects to connect like they do. Neither man expects to build a loving and supporting relationship like they do. And neither man expects to fall in love like they do. But there are secrets that are being held that could destroy this promising steamy affair, secrets that belong only to Silver Daddy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: James Talbot. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/065493/bk_acx0_065493_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
“Not The Nine O'Clock News gave the world alternative comedy and made the media scene we have today.” – Mark Lewisohn, Radio Times Guide to TV Comedy Celebrating over 40 years since the ground-breaking comedy series arrived on BBC TV, Demon Records proudly presents all three original LPs - Not The Nine O’Clock News, Hedgehog Sandwich and the double LP The Memory Kinda Lingers - lovingly mastered on heavyweight themed coloured vinyl. Let the famous signature tune take you back to the heady days of 1979, when Labour gave way to the Conservatives, striking workers created the Winter of Discontent, and Not The Nine O’Clock News inherited the BBC2 time slot vacated by Fawlty Towers. It quickly became a trailblazing smash hit, running for four series and making stars of Rowan Atkinson, Mel Smith, Pamela Stephenson and Griff Rhys-Jones. Among the many famous, and much-loved, sketches included on the LPs are David Bloody Attenborough (aka Gerald the Gorilla), Points of View, General Synod’s “Life of Python”, Constable Savage, University Challenge, Hi-Fi Shop, That’s Lies, Not The Parrot Sketch, Open Marriage, Question Time, Game For A Laugh, Two Ninnies, McEnroe’s Breakfast, What A Load of Willies, The Pope’s Visit, Simon and Garfunkel and – yes – The Return of Constable Savage. Produced and devised by John Lloyd and Sean Hardie, Not The Nine O’Clock News won a Silver Rose at the Montreux Festival and a BAFTA for Best Light Entertainment Programme. Its large writing team included such future luminaries of TV comedy as Richard Curtis, David Renwick, Andrew Marshall, Guy Jenkin, Laurie Rowley, John Lloyd and Andy Hamilton. Presented as a faithfully reproduced facsimile gatefolds, and remastered from the original tapes. Side 1. 1. Death of A Princess (An Apology) 2. The Gorilla Interview 3. Confrontation Song 4. Airline Safety 5. National Wealth Beds 6. Simultaneous Translation 7. The General Synod’s “Life of Python” 8. The Ayatollah Song 9. Closedown Side 2. 1. Points Of View 2. Rowan’s Rant 3. Stout Life 4. Gob On You 5. Gay Christian 6. Final Demands 7. I Like Bouncing 1. 17. Oh! Bosanquet! 2. 18. I Believe
Michael lebt in einem kleinen Dorf in Baden-Württemberg. Sein Leben verläuft in geregelten Bahnen, ebenso wie sein Job als Architekt. Doch seine heimliche Obsession ist der junge amerikanische Gay-Pornodarsteller Silver.Und so heftet sich Michael unter dem Pseudonym Northman per Facebook und Twitter an seine Fersen und schreibt ihm nach langem Zögern. Silver antwortet überraschenderweise und in Michael entsteht der Wunsch, seinen Schwarm einmal in echt zu sehen. Eine Preisverleihung bietet die Chance. Doch Michael hat seine Rechnung ohne Silver gemacht. Statt eines Autogramms bekommt er eine Telefonnummer und einen Namen: Jamie. Die Reise beginnt.