The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender (1997)

The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender (1997)
 

Director Mark Rappaport

Genre Documentary, History

Year 1997

Actors Dan Butler, Don Ameche, Johnny Arthur, Lucille Ball

IMDB : 6.6 (132 votes)


 

Description Filmmaker Mark Rappaport cleans out the proverbial closet of Hollywood and film history and unearths a veritable treasure of homo-erotic and gay subliminal gems, including everything from comedies to westerns, film-noir to musicals, and everything in between. Host/narrator Dan Butler leads us through a fun, but extensively documented, exploration of gay film history, from subliminal subtext to clearly visible. Included are many film clips of classic films and golden age stars.

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