Thursday, May 14, 2009

Killer Queens

Sylvia (1965)

No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)

Homicidal (1961)

The Kremlin Letter (1969)


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

  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.

  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)