New Trailer for 4K Re-Release of 1968 Drag Pageant Doc 'The Queen'

"I am beautiful, and I know I’m beautiful." Kino Lorber Repertory has released an official trailer for the 4K re-release of a 1968 documentary titled The Queen, taking audiences to one of New York City's infamous drag queen beauty pageants. Jack is 24, sometimes he's a drag queen named Sabrina. In 1967, as Sabrina, he's the mistress of ceremonies at a national drag queen contest in New York. Jack introduces us to Richard, who becomes Jack's protégé. As Miss Harlow, Richard enters the contest. One of his principal competitors is Miss Crystal, who's from Manhattan. Who will win the crown? You can spot Andy Warhol as one of the judges. This first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in 1968, and a number of other drag films have been made since then, including Paris Is Burning and the indie film Tucked most recently. This looks delectable. Here's the new 4K re-release trailer for Frank Simon's documentary The Queen,
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