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Hag in a Black Leather Jacket (1964)

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Wedding ceremony of a black man in a garbage can and a white ballerina.

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The lurid wedding of a black man and white girl, with a Ku Klux Klansman performing the wedding ceremony. John Waters' first film, made on 8mm, given one showing (making back its budget of thirty dollars) before being retired to his closet. Written by Michael Brooke <michael@everyman.demon.co.uk>

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I'm the only person who's seen this ever--not
12 February 2004 | by (Shi-ttowne) – See all my reviews

I saw this yesterday at the NEW Museum in NY at John Waters' show that's there for a bit. They also had Roman Candles and Eat Your Makeup, which I'm gonna watch on sattidy when I have some time for God's sakes. I liked this movie because it was so funky and wierd and he was only 18 or so when he made it which makes me feel daunted and stoopid as a film maker. I know what I like. Dog my cat! Still, as a 18 year old, it looks like he knew what he liked too, and the movie made me happy cos it makes me think of that feeling when you're in high school somewhere like Baltimore (where I'm from too) and everyone in high school seems pretty square, so you grab a few kids who seem cool and fun and unpretentious and take em back home and make a ridiculous movie and have a party late into the night, with dancing to music your parents wouldn't like, and generally being like "f*** em" to all the dull, popular, boring vapid jocks and their preppy ass world. that's what it's like to be white in north baltimore. Bam Margera and the CKY crew have this s*** down to a t--they have the feeling.


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