Sissydude Valentine ode to James Bidgood & Pierre et Gilles… with a vintage guy named “Kevin”
Oh, XL… you are such a beauty.
VALENTINES ROUND-UP AFTER THE JUMP…
I usually hate Santa/ Christmas theme porn… but this is HOTARIOUS!!! Lot’s of verbal hilarity and HOT intense and mega camp porn sex. LOVE!!!
most images from GOLDENFLEECING & old Sissydude archives
WHAT?!!! Dangerous Christmas of Little Red Riding Hood (1965) with LIZA MINELLI, CYRIL RITCHARD & VIC DAMONE…
Family (1965) 60 minutes ~ Black & White (originally shown in colour)
Alternate Title: The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood or Oh Wolf, Poor Wolf
Screen legend Liza Minelli is Red Riding Hood in this reimagining of the classic tale of Red Riding Hood. Featuring a fantastic score, a great cast, and colorful musical numbers, this is a film that anyone can enjoy.
Told from the perspective of the Big Bad Wolf (Cyril Ritchard), The Dangerous Christmas of Red Riding Hood flips the story on its head by saying that, perhaps the Woodsman (Vic Damone) was incorrect in assuming the Wolf attacked the girl. Of course, none of the other animals believes the Wolf either.
READ AN EXTENSIVE ARTICLE ABOUT THE SHOW HERE @ MARK ROBINSON WRITES
Director: Sid Smith
Writer: Robert Emmett/ Lyrics & music: Jule Styne and Bob Merrill/ Stars: Liza Minnelli, Cyril Ritchard and Vic Damone
“OH MY, IT’S FRUITCAKE WEATHER”… A SISSYDUDE TRADITION: TRUMAN CAPOTE’S A CHRISTMAS MEMORY starring GERALDINE PAGE & DONNIE MELVIN (1966)
Geraldine Page gives a legendary performance in Truman Capote’s autobiographical short story about a young boys friendship with his elderly child-like cousin. A story of love, loss, and loneliness is a Holiday tradition that will warm your heart, and break it a little as well.
Wikipedia: “A Christmas Memory” was adapted for television for ABC Stage 67 by Truman Capote and Eleanor Perry. The production starred Geraldine Page and Donnie Melvin, and Truman Capote was the narrator. Both the teleplay and the program’s star, Geraldine Page, won Emmy Awards. The production also won the coveted Peabody Award.
Just bought this lovely pic @ Historic Images.
So much fun! Inspired performances and imaginative outfits abound!!!
Lady Galore – Concept / organisation / Ass. director (literally)
Dylan Tonk – Director 🍆
Guillaume Versteeg – Camera / Editing 🎥
Lazlo Tonk – production assistant / editing
GJ Kooijman – production assistant
Naftalie Vader – production assistant
Willemieke Bongers – production assistant
Pascal Koelemij – production assistant
Bambi Mercury – audio track
Season 1, Episode 14: Corey would like to know is Santa Claus black or white. Julia’s friends pitch in to make Corey’s Christmas a happy one.
“Special Thanks to Tom Schwarzrock (Zephryrhills, FL) who personally provided this very rare tape … so that it can be added to the archive collection. Tom preserved this from store #3405 Lake street in Minneapolis, MN as he worked there as a department manager in the 1970’s.” via
A classic Christmas Special from 1957 featuring Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby singing favorites such as Jingle Bells, Hark the Herald Angels Sings, O Come All Ye Faithful & White Christmas. Bing & Frank alone in Sinatra’s “home” for the holidays. Is it just me or is there a little “Rope” Brandon and Phillip going on here?
Jon Williams @ YOU TUBE: John Hurt as Quentin Crisp, “The Naked Civil Servant,” tries to enlist in the British army. The film holds up beautifully. Especially poignant in light of the ridiculous fight over “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” I’d serve alongside Quentin any day.