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Too Outrageous! (1987)

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(as Dick Benner)

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(as Dick Benner), (based on a story by)
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Rusty Ryan ...
Jimmy
Norman Weiler
Ian Craig McCullen
Jimmy James ...
Waiter
Paul Eves
Lynne Cormack
Timothy Jenkins
David McIlwraith ...
Bob
Hollis McLaren ...
Liza Connors
Craig Russell ...
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Comedy | Drama

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R
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16 October 1987 (USA)  »

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Ousado Demais  »

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a sequel with good intentions
23 January 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Like most sequels Too Outrageous doesn't live up to the original in any way. It is definitely a failure as a movie. Now that being said there are a few good things to recommend someone giving this movie a view-the drag. Craig Russell has done some of the best "outrageous" drag in the past and a couple of his impersonations are right on while a couple of them are way off the mark. He did about the best Mae West impersonation there was out there- other than the lady herself and in this movie he is right on the mark with Miss West again. Also Peggy Lee. And so is his Judy Garland a fine impersonation. But he is not up to impersonating Tina Turner, Janis Joplin or Eartha Kitt in this movie- those would have been best left to somebody else. What else recommends this movie is the charming relationship between the schizophrenic Liza and Robin- it's rare that the mentally ill are given any realistic treatment in film.


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