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Cyndi Lauper: 12 Deadly Cyns... and Then Some (1994)

Cyndi Lauper tours a theme park, meeting strange characters and remembering her past. The film is also illustrated by a collection of Cyndi's pop videos, like "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" and "Sally's Pigeons".

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Credited cast:
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cyndi's Father (segment "Girls Just Want to Have Fun") / Diner Cook (segment "Time After Time")
(segment "Sally's Pigeons")
Steve Forbert ...
Cyndi's Boyfriend (segment "Girls Just Want to Have Fun")
Elliot Hoffman ...
Cyndi's Dance Partner (segment "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun")
Butch Lauper ...
Pizza Deliveryman / Man with Dog (segment "Girls Just Want to Have Fun") / Bum (segment "Time After Time")
Catrine Lauper ...
Cyndi's Mother (segments "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" / "Time After Time")
Cyndi's Fan (segment "Money Changes Everything")
(segment "Sally's Pigeons")
Herself (segments "Cyndi at Coney Island" / "Hey Now [Girls Just Want to Have Fun]")'
David Wolff ...
Dancer (segment "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun") / Cyndi's Boyfriend (segment "Time After Time")


Singer/Actress Cyndi Lauper tours Coney Island, New York and is perplexed by the way every vendor at Coney Island seems to look like her friend Aida, but the real Aida is nowhere to be found. As she scours the park looking for Aida, she recounts to the audience her career in music, some of her childhood adventures, and introduces many of her popular music videos, from 1984-1994. Written by Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>

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22 March 1994 (USA)  »

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3 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

As a fifteen year old, I could only remember Cyndi's music from the early nineties, "Hey Now", "The World is Stone" etc. But this movie changed all that. It featured some brilliant songs, including my favourites, "Time After Time" and "Money Changes Everything", and as well as that, there were some great interviews in which Cyndi spoke about why she sings and dresses the way she does.

If you're a fan of Cyndi, you MUST buy this movie. IT'S BRILLIANT!!!

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