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A midwestern teacher questions his sexuality after a former student makes a comment about him at the Academy Awards.

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  • Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 7 wins & 17 nominations.
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Howard Brackett
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Emily Montgomery
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Peter Malloy
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Cameron Drake
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Berniece Brackett
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Frank Brackett
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Tom Halliwell
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Walter Brackett
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Sonya
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Jack
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Mike
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Vicky
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Meredith
Lewis J. Stadlen ...
Ed Kenrow
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Ava Blazer
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Trina Paxton
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Aunt Becky
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Mrs. Lester
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Aldo Hooper
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'Be a Man' Tape Instructor (voice)
Gus Rogerson ...
Danny
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Military Attorney
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Father Tim
William Parry ...
Fred Mooney
William Duell ...
Emmett Wilson
Richard Woods ...
Reverend Morgan
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Carl Mickley
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Cousin Lenny
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Cousin Ernie
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Cousin Gretchen
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Aunt Susan
Mary Diveny ...
Cousin Ellen
Anne Russell ...
Aunt Marge
Patrick Garner ...
Stan Forrest
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Bachelor Party Guest
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Bachelor Party Guest
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Bachelor Party Guest
John Christopher Jones ...
Bachelor Party Guest
MacIntyre Dixon ...
Bachelor Party Guest
Joanna Wolff ...
Jennifer the Flower Girl
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Locker Room Guy (as Chris L. McKenna)
Mark Ballou ...
Locker Room Guy
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Locker Room Guy
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Locker Room Guy
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Locker Room Guy (as Jonathan Michael Hershfield)
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Locker Room Guy (as Daniel Joseph)
Seth Ullian ...
Locker Room Guy
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Locker Room Guy
Ryan Janis ...
Locker Room Guy
Jane Hoffman ...
Mrs. Baxter
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Darlene
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Bartender (as William P. Hoag)
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Cameraman (as Danny Canton)
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Cousin Linda
Patricia Guinan ...
Billy's Mom
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Billy's Dad
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Classroom Student
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Classroom Student
Lizzy Mahon ...
Classroom Student
Simone Marean ...
Classroom Student
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Classroom Student
Niki Roma ...
Classroom Student
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Classroom Student (as Jacqueline Maloney)
Patrick Mylod ...
Classroom Student
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Classroom Student (as Ginger R. Williams)
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Student
Jill Horner ...
Student
Lauren Ward ...
Student
Julie Entwisle ...
Student
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Student
Miranda Kent ...
Student
Tara Carnes ...
Student
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Student
Ian Sherwood ...
Student
Kevin Keating ...
Student
Kathy Lyn Cavanaugh ...
Student
Jo-Jo Lowe ...
Awards Event Model
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Classroom Reporter
Gary DeWitt Marshall ...
Classroom Reporter (as Gary Dewitt Marshall)
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School Reporter
Ronald Rand ...
School Reporter
Ross de Marco ...
School Reporter
Joanne DiMauro ...
School Reporter
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School Reporter
Grace DeSena ...
School Reporter
Bruce Bennetts ...
School Reporter
Tracy Appleton ...
School Reporter
Jim Taylor McNickle ...
School Reporter
Laura Caulfield ...
School Reporter
Mimi Stuart ...
School Reporter
Dinah Gravel ...
School Reporter
Peter Barmonde ...
Wedding Photographer
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Glenn Close (uncredited)
Stephanie Dale ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Military Court Panelist (uncredited)
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Whoopi Goldberg (uncredited)
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Audience Member (uncredited)
Jeannette Gould ...
Audience Member (uncredited)
John F. Hall ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Cheerleader #3 (uncredited)
Lloyd LeBaron ...
Graduation Parent (uncredited)
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Jay Leno (uncredited)
Reid Mihalko ...
Wedding dancer (uncredited)
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Cousin Leah (uncredited)
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Graduate (uncredited)
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Audience Member (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Nominated Actress (uncredited)

Directed by

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Frank Oz

Written by

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Paul Rudnick ... (written by)

Produced by

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G. Mac Brown ... co-producer
Scott Rudin ... producer
Suzanne Santry ... associate producer
Adam Schroeder ... executive producer

Music by

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Marc Shaiman

Cinematography by

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Rob Hahn

Film Editing by

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Daniel P. Hanley ... (as Dan Hanley)
John Jympson

Editorial Department

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Richard Friedlander ... first assistant editor
Mark Ginsberg ... color timer
John Hill ... first assistant editor
Matt Mayer ... second assistant editor
Beth Moran ... second assistant editor
Dan O'Grady ... negative cutter
Mitchel Stanley ... associate editor
Laura Congleton ... assistant editor (uncredited)
Miles Ferguson ... post-production coordinator (uncredited)

Casting By

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Margery Simkin

Production Design by

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Ken Adam

Art Direction by

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Charley Beal ... (as Charles V. Beal)

Set Decoration by

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Leslie Pope ... (as Leslie A. Pope)

Costume Design by

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Ann Roth

Makeup Department

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Milton Buras ... hair stylist
Robert Chiu ... hair stylist: Mr. Newhart
Felice Diamond ... makeup artist
Bernadette Mazur ... supervising makeup artist
Werner Sherer ... supervising hair stylist (as Werner G. Sherer)
Qodi Armstrong ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Michael Alden ... post-production supervisor
Donald J. Lee Jr. ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Julie A. Bloom ... second assistant director
J. David Brightbill ... second second assistant director
Peggy Craven ... additional second second assistant director
Bac DeLorme ... dga trainee
Christo Morse ... second second assistant director
Michael E. Steele ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Tommy Allen ... property master (as Thomas C. Allen)
James Bokor Sr. ... construction grip (as James C. Bokor Sr.)
Diana Burton ... assistant property master (as Diana E. Burton)
Jeff Butcher ... property person
Ruth Ann Cicetka ... scenic shop person (as Ruth Ann Cecetka)
Lorenzo Contessa ... storyboard artist
Natalie N. Dorset ... art department coordinator
Deborah Dreyer ... set dresser (as Deborah A. Dreyer)
Dayson Engels ... construction grip
Scott Gertsen ... construction foreperson (as K. Scott Gersten)
Laura G. Gillen ... scenic shop person
Bruce Lee Gross ... lead person
Denise Gurkas ... production scenic artist
David W. Howell ... set dresser
Susan Dee Johnson ... foreperson scenic artist
Paul D. Kelly ... assistant art director
Ray Kluga ... assistant art director (as Raymond Kluga)
Ed Larkin ... key construction grip (as Edward T. Larkin)
Christine Mayer ... assistant set decorator
Alexandra Mazur ... set dresser
Fred Merusi ... construction coordinator
Gus Papadopoulos ... set dresser
Robert Paquette ... construction grip (as Robert H. Paquette)
Richelieu ... floral designer
Bruce Swanson ... set dresser (as Bruce E. Swanson)
Steve Swanson ... set dresser (as Stephen Swanson)
Richard A. Ventre ... chargeperson scenic artist (as Richard Ventre)
Denis Zack ... set dresser
Paul Camarro ... greenman (uncredited)
Greg Cattano ... art department production assistant (uncredited)
Dierdre Kane ... set dresser (uncredited)
Louis J. Porzio ... carpenter (uncredited)
Daniel Rosenfeld ... construction shop pa (uncredited)
Roman Turovsky ... scenic artist (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Michael Barry ... re-recording mixer
David Boulton ... adr mixer
Nancy Carrera ... foley artist
Louis Cerborino ... sound editor
Lee Dichter ... re-recording mixer
Joel Holland ... cable person
Dan Korintus ... dialogue editor
Brian Langman ... assistant adr editor
George A. Lara ... foley mixer
Lisa J. Levine ... adr editor
Danny Michael ... sound mixer
Yvette Nabel ... foley editor
Bitty O'Sullivan-Smith ... dialogue editor
Daniel Pagan ... assistant sound editor
Harry Peck Bolles ... dialogue editor
Anne Pope ... assistant adr editor
Jonathan Porath ... sound re-recording engineer
Dan Sable ... supervising sound editor
Lynn Sable ... sound editor
Andrew Schmetterling ... boom operator
Anthony Starbuck ... boom operator
Brian Vancho ... foley artist
Kay Denmark ... adr boom operator (uncredited)
Larry Hopkins ... layback sound mixer (uncredited)
Maurice Schell ... supervising sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Mark Bero ... special effects
Al Griswold ... special effects coordinator (as Albert Griswold)

Visual Effects by

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Randall Balsmeyer ... digital compositor
Mimi Everett ... digital compositor
Daniel Leung ... digital compositor

Stunts

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Bill Anagnos ... stunts
Donald John Hewitt ... stunt double: Kevin Klein (as Don J. Hewitt)
Jery Hewitt ... stunt coordinator
Mary Peters ... stunts
Manny Siverio ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Greg Brunton ... stage lighting consultant: awards event
Kenny Burke ... second company grip (as Kenneth J. Burke)
Ronald Burke ... dolly grip (as Ronald J. Burke)
Bill Cassidy ... grip (as William Cassidy)
William Coleman ... camera operator
Ray Collins ... second second assistant camera (as Raymond Collins)
Steve Comesky ... electrician (as Steven Comesky)
James Edmiston ... grip
Gene Engels ... chief lighting technician (as Eugene W. Engels)
Kevin Flynn ... grip (as Kevin W. Flynn)
Richie Ford ... electrician (as Richard Ford)
Jim Galvin ... electrician
Donald Glenn ... grip
Charlie Grubbs ... electrician (as Charles Grubbs)
William Hines ... assistant chief lighting technician
Jay Levy ... first assistant camera (as Jay S. Levy)
Bobby Mancuso ... first assistant camera
Frances 'Buddy' McBride ... rigging electrician (as Francis J. McBride)
Peter A. Mian ... video assist operator
John Milcetic ... electrician (as John T. Milcetic)
Tim Norman ... second assistant camera
John Panuccio ... rigging grip
Tom Prate ... key grip (as Thomas Prate)
Andrew D. Schwartz ... still photographer (as Andrew Schwartz)
John E. Smith ... electrician
Brian Stocklin ... electrician
Phillip Todd ... second assistant camera
Howard Weiner ... video playback operator
Tom Weston ... camera operator: "b" camera (as Thomas G. Weston)
Deborah Brozina ... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Gábor Kövér ... additional camera operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Sylvia Fay ... extras casting
Lee Genick ... extras casting assistant
Amanda Koblin ... casting associate
Kim Miscia ... casting associate
Ilene Starger ... additional casting
Grace Wu ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Barrett Hong ... costumer
Iris Horta Lemos ... set costumer
Donna Maloney ... costume supervisor (as Donna M. Maloney)
Michelle Matland ... assistant costume designer (as Michelle S. Matland)
Tim McKelvey ... costume supervisor
Hallie N. Mohel ... additional wardrobe
Michael Anzalone ... set wardrobe (uncredited)

Location Management

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Antonia Calzetti ... location assistant
Kathleen Corgan ... assistant location manager
Joseph E. Iberti ... location manager
Ernie Karpeles ... location assistant
Len Murach ... location assistant (as Lehnard Murach)
Michael Sparacino ... location assistant
Robert T. Striem ... location assistant
Jay Horne ... location assistant (uncredited)

Music Department

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Greg Arnold ... additional orchestrator
Jeff Atmajian ... orchestrator
Frank Bennett ... additional orchestrator
Bob Bornstein ... music preparation
David De Palo ... music programmer
Artie Kane ... conductor
Joe Lisanti ... assistant music editor (as Joseph Lisanti)
Seymour Red Press ... orchestra contractor
Nic Ratner ... music editor
Dennis S. Sands ... music recordist (as Dennis Sands) / music scoring mixer (as Dennis Sands)
Michael Starobin ... additional orchestrator
Nick Vidar ... music programmer

Transportation Department

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Richard Holston ... transportation co-captain
Michael Hyde ... transportation captain

Other crew

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Roderick Alleyne ... assistant: Mr. Brown
Kelley Baker ... assistant production auditor
Randall Balsmeyer ... title designer
Erica Bamforth ... production assistant (as Erica L. Bamforth)
Jacob Bernstein ... production assistant
Eva Z. Cabrera ... script supervisor
Leslie Converse ... assistant: Mr. Oz (as Leslie J. Converse)
Karen Cusick ... production assistant
Eirik S. Dentz ... production assistant
George Doherty ... production assistant
Mimi Everett ... title designer
Adam Ben Frank ... production assistant
Lauren Gale ... craft service
Edward Goemans ... assistant: Mr. Rudin
Ellen Goldin ... craft service assistant
Arlene Hellerman ... clearance
Takahide Kawakami ... production assistant
Kristen B. Keough ... production assistant
Jo Levison ... assistant auditor
Mark R. Lindsay ... sales representative (as Mark Lindsay)
Bea Loyd ... production secretary
Ian McGloin ... assistant: Mr. Rudin
Kiersten Pilar Miller ... production assistant
Jerry Mitchell ... choreographer
Ron Mitchell ... production assistant
Solange Monnier ... craft service assistant (as Solange G. Monnier)
Eric Myers ... unit publicist
Douglas Plasse ... production assistant
Angela Quiles ... production coordinator
Mark Roybal ... assistant: Mr. Rudin
Jonathan Schwartz ... production assistant
Jeffrey Seeds ... supervising production assistant
Ramona Sánchez-Waggoner ... production auditor (as Ramona Waggoner)
Irapaul Turner ... production assistant
Patricia A. Willett ... assistant production coordinator
Tricia Yano ... assistant: Mr. Schroeder
Matthew C. Young ... production assistant
Michael Barnes ... financial legal services (uncredited)
John A. Cohen ... production assistant (uncredited)
Michael A. Connolly ... assistant: Mr. Rudin (uncredited)
Chadbyrne R. Dickens ... assistant: Mr. Rudin (uncredited)
Greg Ferris ... marketing canada (uncredited)
Grant Grabowski ... executive assistant: Scott Rudin (uncredited)
Matt Hedge ... adr artist (uncredited)
Erika Herzog ... office production assistant: Scott Rudin Productions (uncredited)
David H. Kramer ... adr loop group (uncredited)
Ian Quiles ... accounting department intern (uncredited)
Ron Rogers ... production assistant (uncredited)
Patty Willett ... assistant production coordinator (uncredited)
Tim Wilson ... stand-in: Shawn Hatosy (uncredited)

Thanks

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Patricia Birch ... thanks (as Pat Birch)
Glenn Close ... special thanks
Tony Costanzo ... special thanks
Bruce Davis ... thanks
Whoopi Goldberg ... special thanks
Thomas S. Gulotta ... thanks
Jay Leno ... special thanks
Frank Maher ... in memory of
Debra Markowitz ... thanks
Robin Oz ... special thanks
John Raftis ... special thanks
Lori Steinberg ... special thanks
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

All of Greenleaf, Indiana is watching this year's telecast of the Oscars as Hollywood heartthrob and local boy made good Cameron Drake has been nominated for his first ever Best Actor Oscar for his latest movie role as a gay soldier. Cameron's high school English teacher Howard Brackett is overjoyed when Cameron wins the award and mentions Howard's contribution in his acting life. That joy turns to horror when Cameron mentions to the worldwide audience that Howard is gay, especially horrific to Howard as he is engaged to fellow teacher Emily Montgomery, a woman with self-esteem issues as she had battled weight issues most of her life before she lost seventy-five pounds for the wedding. Howard's life is totally disrupted as Hollywood media descends on Greenleaf in order to get Howard's story. The rest of Greenleaf also openly wonders if Howard is indeed gay, as he exhibits many stereotypical gay tendencies, such as being neat, and loving music, dancing, poetry and Barbra Streisand. His cause is not helped in that his and Emily's relationship has not yet been consummated. The one person not concerned is Emily, who trusts Howard. As Howard continues to deny being gay to his family, friends and colleagues, he begins to examine himself hypercritically if only because if others believe he's gay, there may be some merit to the claim, as well as because of an incident that occurs with Hollywood reporter Peter Malloy, who is doing a week-long piece on Howard leading up to his and Emily's wedding. But Cameron Drake may be able to provide some overall perspective to what is happening to Howard and the frenzy he has caused. Written by Huggo

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Taglines An out-and-out comedy. See more »
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Also Known As
  • In & Out - Rosa wie die Liebe (Germany)
  • In & Out (Dentro o fuera) (Spain)
  • Ollakko vai eikö olla? (Finland)
  • Je ali ni? (Slovenia)
  • Será que Ele é? (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Box Office

Budget $35,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $15,019,821, 21 Sep 1997
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $83,256,929

Did You Know?

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Trivia Matt Dillon's outing of his teacher in his acceptance speech is based upon Tom Hanks' real-life acceptance speech at The 66th Annual Academy Awards (1994) for his Oscar for Philadelphia (1993), in which he thanked a gay teacher. See more »
Goofs Howard's fly mysteriously unfastens and then refastens itself during the "Exploring your Masculinity" dance scene. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Fire Down Below/In and Out/Julian Po/Bang (1997). See more »
Soundtracks Everything's Coming Up Roses See more »
Crazy Credits During the end credits, the cast is dancing to "Macho Man" and goofing off at Berniece and Frank's wedding reception. See more »
Quotes [while listening to the "How to be a man" tape]
Voice on tape: Now, repeat after me: "Yo!"
Howard Brackett: Yo!
Voice on tape: Hot damn!
Howard Brackett: Hot damn!
Voice on tape: What a fabulous window treatment!
Howard Brackett: What a fabu...
Voice on tape: That was a trick!
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