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Glen and Glenda (1994)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Steven St. Croix ... Glen
Kaitlyn Ashley ... Glenda
Brigitte Aime Brigitte Aime ... Barbara (as Bridgette Aimé)
Marc Wallice ... Bill
Lynn LeMay ... Nurse (as Lynn Lemay)
Peter North ... Johnny
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Gerry Pike Gerry Pike
Frank Marino Frank Marino
Brian Cox Brian Cox
Henri Pachard ... The Doctor
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Adult | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Glen y Glenda See more »

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Caballero Home Video See more »
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Remake of Glen or Glenda (1953) See more »

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A unique remake of a cult favorite.
4 July 2002 | by KingHamletSee all my reviews

When I first acquired this movie, I assumed it would be an adult parody of Ed Wood's "Glen or Glenda", just as "Plan 69 from Outer Space" is a parody of "Plan 9 From Outer Space."

I couldn't have been more wrong. This is a bonafide re-make, utilizing a good deal of Ed's original script and plot. Although it takes obvious side routes to justify sex scenes, "Glen and Glenda" remains surprisingly faithful to the source material.

The major change is the portrayal of Glenda as a woman, not Glen in drag. This indicates that the Glen of "Glen and Glenda", unlike his counterpart, actually fantasizes about being a woman. This divergence causes the films to move apart as the story unfolds, ultimately leading to very different actions by the leads. The whole thing wraps up well, though, neatly attaching the original's happy ending and closing with more of Ed's original dialogue.

This film stands as the only time one of Ed's films was remade and as such has an odd place in Ed history. If you are a fan of "Glen or Glenda", seek this out if only for the novelty factor.


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