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The Lady in Question Is Charles Busch (2005)

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Tender and upbeat, THE LADY IN QUESTION IS CHARLES BUSCH is the affectionate and entertaining tribute to actor, writer, drag performer, and glamorous leading lady Charles Busch.

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Leading Lady
Eric Myers ...
Leading Man
Elizabeth Busch-LeNe ...
Sister #2
Margaret Busch ...
Sister #1
Carl Andress ...
Director / Best Friend
Julie Halston ...
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Arnie Kolodner ...
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Andy Halliday ...
Childhood Friend
Kenneth Elliott ...
Director
Theresa Aceves ...
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Katherine Carr ...
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Edward Taussig ...
College Roommate (as Ed Taussig)
Jeff Melnick ...
Manager (as Jeffry Melnick)
Bina Sharif ...
East Village Friend
Billy Wheelan ...
Silent Film Actor
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Tender and upbeat, THE LADY IN QUESTION IS CHARLES BUSCH is the affectionate and entertaining tribute to actor, writer, drag performer, and glamorous leading lady Charles Busch.

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Really good.
7 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Other than having heard the title Die Mommy, Die, I was aware of neither Charles Busch nor his work until I caught this film on IFC 6 or 8 months ago. This morning I saw it for the third time, and it's still excellent.

As a child I was not as...off the beaten path, shall we say, as young Master Busch, but I definitely felt myself to be outside the main stream of my suburban home town. Even at what is now a late point in life, it's refreshing and vindicating to see someone succeed by being true to himself and having fun. The spontaneity and talent of Busch and his troupe are impressive, and I'm thankful that films of the Limbo Lounge shows exist. It must have been some experience to see those early shows live.

This film made me a Charles Busch fan, even though it's the only thing in which I've ever seen him. I'm a fan of the person as much as the performer, and an admirer of his perseverance through quite a stack of obstacles and adversities. Go Chuck! P.S. After reading Julie Halston's filmography I realized that I have seen her before, as Nathan Lane's unexpected bride in Sex and the City. She's terrific, too.


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