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Some of My Best Friends Are

USA, English, 110 mins

  • Director: Mervyn Nelson
  • Writer: Mervyn Nelson
  • Producer: John Lauricella; Martin Richards

CGiii Comment

The tagline was: They're cool, flip, witty and charming, talented, creative, intelligent and lonely.

The title is...offensive.

This film is dark (as in lighting), noisy and the last line will have you throwing bottles at the screen.

Vile in every way.


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The(ir) Blurb...

It's Christmas Eve 1971 in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, and the regulars of the local gay bar "The Blue Jay" are celebrating. Not much has changed since the Stonewall riots, and while the situation is not yet "peace on Earth, good will toward men," the times they are a-changin'.

Cast & Characters

Fannie Flagg as Helen;
Rue McClanahan as Lita Joyce;
Tom Bade as Tanny;
David Baker as Clint;
Paul Blake as Kenny;
Gary Campbell as Terry;
Carleton Carpenter as Miss Untouchable;
Robert Christian as Eric;
Calvin Culver;
Candy Darling as Karen / Harry;
Jeff David as Leo;
Alan Dellay as Pete Thomas;
Nick De Noia as Phil;
Dan Drake as Lloyd;
David Drew as Howard

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