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Haley Joel Osment,
In this pseudo audio biography of the Village People, Jack Morell (a thinly disguised character of the group's founder Jacques Morali) is a struggling composer desperate to gain fame with his songs, but all he needs is a group to sing them. With the help of his roommate Samantha and a lawyer named Ron, Jack forms a group of six "macho men" from his Greenwich Village neighborhood and the rest of the film details their rise to fame from New York City to a climatic concert in San Francisco. Written by
Choreographer Arlene Phillips was seven months pregnant at the start of production. Her baby girl, born during production, was named Allana Roxana, after Allan Carr. See more »
In Sam's apartment, Jack's bottle of Dr. Pepper turns into a can in the next room. See more »
Alexander, you're so shy that people just forget. Listen, you've got to come out of your shell or you'll be leading that singing group in Washington Square for the rest of your life and everything else will just pass you by.
Alex the G.I.:
That's why I took a job as a stagehand in a local theater.
That's your first strategic career mistake.
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This movie is unlike anything I have ever seen. It is awful in every sense.
Bad writing, acting, and man, you wanna talk about god awful editing! But when I first saw it on late night TV I could not believe my eyes. Its so bad its good. The whole thing is so happy, so carefree, and so 70's. Even though Steve Guttenberg's character tries to say the Village People are "THE sound of 80's". Yeah, right. This is pure 70's. Back before all the nonsense we have to deal with these days with drugs and sex. The 70's and this movie were all about sex, drugs and rock and roll. And watch at the beginning in the record store scene where all the customers are standing in line to buy Electric Light Orchestra's disco classic album "Discovery". Long live the Village People!
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