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    The series ran for a few seasons, but I did not watch it. It ran from 2013 to 2018. It was created by Peter Paige and Bradley Bredewig.
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    Yes, I think they are from the cable TV series, "The Fosters". Hayden Byerly (Jude Adams Foster) and Gavin MacIntosh (Connor Stevens).
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    My second choice would be Kurt and Blaine from "Glee".
  4. In the film, "Victim", Dirk Bogarde and Peter McEnery never got to the "boy-toy" phrase of their relationship.
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    So many choices, I'd pick Justin and Brian from "Queer As Folk".
  6. Where can I find it?
  7. "The Girl Most Likely" - Mitchell Leisen - 1958 - starring Jane Powell, Cliff Robertson, Keith Andes, Tommy Noonan, Una Merkel, Kaye Ballard, etc. - Jane Powell's last musical film (from RKO, but released by U-I) is such a treat - it is based on the Ginger Rogers classic, "Tom, Dick or Harry" - in the film, Jane Powell is in love - with love - and unexpectedly besieged by three suitors - Tommy Noonan, Cliff Robertson and Keith Andes - the poor girl, she can't make her mind up - the screenplay is bright and lively - the music is by the legendary Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane - my favorite is "Chief Crazy Horse" - the choreography is by the legendary Gower Champion - and, boy, these sequences are knockouts - especially the one in which Jane and the gang dance on water - this film seems to have no substantial reputation - but it is a high-quality musical - so who would you choose - Tommy Noonan, Cliff Robertson or Keith Andes? - I chose - no, I can't spoil the ending -
  8. "The Moon-Spinners" is still an excellent adventure film. The similarity to Hitchcock - a man trying desperately to prove his innocence - is unmistakable. And, of course, the windmill sequence remains thrilling. Haley Mills and Peter McEnery are still unforgettable.
  9. If I'm remembering correctly, he was a ballet dancer. He and his wife produced a dance film.
  10. He could do it all!
  11. So glad that you iiked it, Elton John was a uniquely talented singer/songwriter.
  12. Yes, Matthieu Carriere was memorable in this film. He also made a memorable contribution in Brigitte Bardot's film, "Miss Don Juan".
  13. Yes, "smut" accurately describes the substance of this film.
  14. Indelible images, that despite the film, live on -
  15. "Myra Breckinridge" - Michael Sarne - 1970 - it's - abysmal - mere words could not describe the egregiousness of the film version or the so-called direction - the actors try hard, but they haven't a chance - the film, not the famous novel, seems to be about a movie addict who wants to destroy the masculinity of men and the femininity of women - to be what? - totally destructive? - Raquel Welch and Roger Herren share the oh-so-famous male rape scene - she's exhausted and he walks off - only to end up in Mae West's bed - totally undone, once again - at the end, Raquel Welch and Rex Reed (Myra and Myron) dance off - into a waiting taxi - how this film got made or released is a mystery -
  16. Yes, the stars are fine, but the film is badly directed. Leslie Caron and her then-husband sued MGM over its' handling of the picture.
  17. "Some of My Best Friends Are .. " is a genuine time capsule - it is permeated with the negativism that was identified with homosexuality at that time - 1971. Still, for its' ability to realize a "madhouse" atmosphere in just one night, it is mesmerizing. You might have recognized a former MGM star - Carlton Carpenter - as Miss Untouchable. "The Ritz" was a huge hit on Broadway. It was directed by a former lover of Mr. McNally's, actor/director Robert Drivas. When Richard Lester took over the direction for the film and moved it to London, he destroyed the magnificence of Mr. Drivas' direction. It is - and will always be - one of the great stage farces. "Torch Song Trilogy" is a superb film translation of a classic gay play. It is well-directed and well-acted. Today, it seems more relevant than ever. Yes, Harvey Fierstein rules
  18. Today, drag performers are very much interested in creating their own personas.
  19. The stage play was truly hiarious. It was directed by Robert Drivas. Richard Lester destroyed the play. It looks like a foreign production..
  20. Roger Vadim's films were one-of-a-kind. And let's not forget Peter McEnery's nudity.
  21. I agree, perhaps "Making Love" could have been included.
  22. Yes, as far as I can tell, a very mixed bag of "treats" - and I do believe that Terrence McNally disowned the film version of "The Ritz". Of course,"Myra Breckinridge" is not the Gore Vidal novel.
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