Thursday, May 14, 2009

Killer Queens

Sylvia (1965)

No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)

Homicidal (1961)

The Kremlin Letter (1969)

3 comments:

  1. Don’t forget Charles Gray playing Blofeld in Diamonds Are Forever dressed in drag. “My My look what the cat dragged in.”

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  2. You know, as much as I adore late 60's killer transvestites (I couldn't find a suitable photo of Ray Walston in Caprice, darn it), DAF strikes a particularly ugly chord with me.
    Honestly, aside from the title tune and Jill St. John, it rubs me the wrong way: homicidal homos, psycho lesbians, ugly 70's cars and buildings, an in-it-for-the-paycheck Sean Connery, Lana Wood... ugh.

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  3. I kind of agree with you about DAF. Oh, and speaking of Paul Lynde, he did drag (pretty badly!) in a Doris Day film. I think it was "The Glass Bottomed Boat!" (I guess the title "The Glass Bottomed Coffee Table" was taken? LOL)

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